Millet SkippersAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Pelopidas agna
- Pelopidas assamensis
- Pelopidas conjuncta
- Pelopidas flava
- Pelopidas jansonis
- Pelopidas lyelli
- Pelopidas mathias
- Pelopidas sinensis
- Pelopidas subochracea
- Pelopidas thrax
IntroductionA widespread Old World tropical genus, ranging from Africa to Australia and the Solomon Islands.
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