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Pseudophilotes bavius casimiri, the most differentiated subspecies of the P. bavius species-group. Pseudophilotes fatma, a distinct species (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae, Scolitantiditi)

@inproceedings{Coutsis2008PseudophilotesBC,
  title={Pseudophilotes bavius casimiri, the most differentiated subspecies of the P. bavius species-group. Pseudophilotes fatma, a distinct species (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae, Scolitantiditi)},
  author={J. Coutsis},
  year={2008}
}
Pseudophilotes bavius casimiri (Hemming, 1932) is shown, on the basis of its male genitalia, to be the most differentiated subspecies within the Pseudophilotes bavius (Eversmann, 1832) species-group, and it is suggested, pending DNA sequencing, that it may eventually be shown to represent a distinct species. Pseudophilotes fatma (Oberthür, 1890) is being separated at species level from P. bavius on the basis of pronounced differences in the valvae and falces. Samenvatting. Pseudophilotes bavius… Expand
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