Corpus ID: 90688030

The male genitalia of N American Icaricia lupini and I. acmon; how they differ from each other and how they compare to those of the other two members of the group, I. neurona and I. shasta (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae, Polyommatiti)

@inproceedings{Coutsis2011TheMG,
  title={The male genitalia of N American Icaricia lupini and I. acmon; how they differ from each other and how they compare to those of the other two members of the group, I. neurona and I. shasta (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae, Polyommatiti)},
  author={J. Coutsis},
  year={2011}
}
The male genitalia of Icaricia lupini and I. acmon are figured and described, and their differences shown, providing a better means for proper identification of these two morphologically similar species. A comparison of their respective male genitalia to those of the other two species in the group, namely I. neurona and I. shasta, is carried out and the differentiating genitalic characters between all four species are shown. Samenvatting. Verschillen in de mannelijke genitalia van de Noord… Expand

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