LopingaAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Lopinga dumetorum
- Lopinga achine
- Lopinga catena
- Lopinga deidamia
- Lopinga eckweileri
- Lopinga fulvescens
- Lopinga gerdae
- Lopinga lehmanni
- Lopinga nemorum
IntroductionLopinga achine and L. deidamia are widespread across temperate Asia, the other species are endemic to small areas of central China.
Bozano GC. 1999. Guide to the butterflies of the Palearctic Region. Satyridae part I: Subfamily Elymniinae, Tribe Lethini. Omnes Artes, Milan.
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