Sartora currently viewed as a subjective junior synonym, Tothrix currently viewed as a subjective junior synonymAndrew V. Z. Brower and Andrew Warren
- Bibasis aquilina
- Bibasis iluska
- Bibasis sena
Vane-Wright and de Jong (2003) state that Bibasis contains just three diurnal species, the crepuscular remainder having been removed to Burara.
Vane-Wright RI, and de Jong R. 2003. The butterflies of Sulawesi: annotated checklist for a critical island fauna. Zoologische Verhandelingen 343: 1-267.
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- First online 21 February 2007
- Content changed 19 May 2008
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Brower, Andrew V. Z. and Andrew Warren. 2008. Bibasis currently viewed as a subjective junior synonym, Tothrix currently viewed as a subjective junior synonym. Version 19 May 2008 (under construction). http://tolweb.org/Bibasis/94259/2008.05.19 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/. Sartora