Butterflies of the Iberian Peninsula (peninsular Spain & Portugal) - Index Families - Galleries photos

 

Authors of the photos                

Total species (provisional)

Nymphalidae

Lycaenidae

Pieridae

Papilionidae

Hesperiidae

Total

IBERIAN PENINSULA

96 76 24

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30

231

[* = species; ssp.= subspecies; var.= variety; syn.= synonym]        [ = gallery  photos (CLICK)! = ]        [( O = egg; huevo; L = caterpillar, oruga; P = chrysalis; crisálida)]

RHOPALOCERA Dumeril, 1823 [Papilionoidea - Hesperioidea]                         PAPILIONOIDEA Latreille, 1802 [Nymphalidae - Lycaenidae - Pieridae - Papilionidae] 

NYMPHALIDAE Rafinesque, 1815 ... (96 species)

Butterflies of the Iberian peninsula - Galleries - Nymphalidae

Libytheinae Boisduval, Rambur, Dumesnil & Graslin, [1833]

            Libythea Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Libythea celtis (Laicharting, 1782): (L, P) (I, L)

Danainae Boisduval, [1833]  (2 species)

            Danaus Kluk, 1780:

                        * Danaus plexippus (L., 1758)

                        * Danaus chrysippus L., 1758 [the 2 species: (L, P) ( 0, L, P) (I, O, L, P)]

Charaxinae Doherty, 1886:

            Charaxes Ochsenheimer, 1816:

                        * Charaxes jasius (L., 1767): (O, L, P) ( L, P) (I, O, L)

Apaturinae Boisduval, 1840  (2 species)

            Apatura Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Apatura iris (L., 1758):

                        * Apatura ilia ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

Limenitidinae Butler, 1870  (2 species)

            Limenitis Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Limenitis camilla (L., 1764):

                        * Limenitis reducta (Staudinger, 1901):

 

Nymphalinae Swainson, 1827  (20 species)

            Araschnia Hübner, 1819:

                        * Araschnia levana (L., 1758): (I, P)

            Vanessa Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Vanessa (Cynthia) virginiensis (Drury, 1773): (L, P)

                        * Vanessa atalanta (L., 1758): (L, P)

                        * Vanessa (Cynthia) cardui (L., 1758):  (O, L, P) (L, P)

            Nymphalis Kluk, 1780:

                        * Nymphalis polychloros (L., 1758): (L, P) (I, L, P)

                        * Nymphalis antiopa (L., 1758): (I, L, P)

            Aglais Dalman, 1816:

                        * Aglais urticae (L., 1758): (L, P)

            Inachis Hübner, 1818:

                        * Inachis io (L., 1758): (I, L, P)

            Polygonia Hübner, 1819:

                        * Polygonia c-album (L., 1758): (P)

            Melitaea Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Melitaea cinxia (L., 1758): (I, L)

                        * Melitaea diamina (Lang, 1789):

                        * Melitaea parthenoides Keferstein, 1851:

                        * Melitaea trivia ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): [ssp. ignasiti Sagarra, 1926: (I, L)]

                        * Melitaea phoebe ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): [ssp. occitanica Staudinger, 1871]

                        * Melitaea aetherie (Hübner, 1826):

                        * Melitaea didyma (Esper, 1778): (L,P)

                        * Melitaea deione (Geyer, [1832]): (L, P) (I, L, P)

                        * Melitaea celadussa Fruhstorfer, 1910 (syn. M. athalia celadussa): [var. nevadensis Oberthür, 1904: ( P)] [celadussa is a different species (DNA)]

            Euphydryas Scudder, 1872:

                        * Euphydryas aurinia (Rottemburg, 1775): [ssp. beckeri (Herrich-Schäffer, 1851): (L, P) (I, L, P); ssp. debilis (Oberthür, 1909)]

                        * Euphydryas desfontainii (Godart, 1819): [ssp. baetica (Rambur, 1858):]

Heliconiinae Swainson, 1822 (15 species)

            Argynnis Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Argynnis (Argynnis) paphia (L., 1758):

                        * Argynnis (Pandoriana) pandora ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): (O, L)

                        * Argynnis (Fabriciana) niobe (L., 1758): [ssp. altonevadensis Reisser, 1927:; (form eris Meigen)]

                        * Argynnis (Fabriciana) adippe ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): (form chlorodippe:) (forms cleodoxa & cleodippe:)

                        * Argynnis (Speyeria) aglaja (L., 1758):

            Brenthis Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Brenthis ino (Rottemburg, 1775):

                        * Brenthis daphne ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): (I, P)

                        * Brenthis hecate ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

            Issoria Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Issoria lathonia (L., 1758):  

            Boloria Moore, 1900:

                        * Boloria pales ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

                        * Boloria napaea (Hoffmannsegg, 1804):

                        * Boloria eunomia (Esper, 1800):

                        * Boloria selene ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

                        * Boloria euphrosyne (L., 1758):

                        *Boloria dia (L., 1767):

 

Satyrinae Boisduval, [1833] (53 species)

            Lasiommata Westwood, 1841:

                        * Lasiommata megera (L., 1767):

                        * Lasiommata petropolitana (Fabricius, 1787)

                        * Lasiommata maera (L., 1758):

            Pararge Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Pararge aegeria (L., 1758): [ssp. aegeria]

            Lopinga Moore, 1893:

                        * Lopinga achine (Scopoli, 1763)

            Coenonympha Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Coenonympha pamphilus (L., 1758): [ssp. lyllus (Esper, 1805): (P)]

                        * Coenonympha glycerion (Borkhausen, 1788): [ssp. iphioides Staudinger, 1870]

                        * Coenonympha arcania (L., 1758):

                        * Coenonympha dorus (Esper, 1782): [ssp. dorus; ssp. bieli Staudinger, 1901]

            Maniola Schrank, 1801:

                        * Maniola jurtina (L., 1758): [ssp. hispulla (Esper, 1805):

            Pyronia Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Pyronia tithonus (L., 1758):

                        * Pyronia cecilia (Vallantin, 1894):

                        * Pyronia bathseba (Fabricius, 1793):

            Aphantopus Wallengren, 1853:

                        * Aphantopus hyperantus (L., 1758):

            Hyponephele Muschamp, 1915:

                        * Hyponephele lycaon (Rottemburg, 1775):

                        * Hyponephele lupina (Costa, [1836]):

            Erebia Dalman, 1816:

                        * Erebia cassioides (Reiner & Hochenwarth, 1792) [ssp. arvernensis Oberthür, 1908:]

                        * Erebia epiphron (Knoch, 1783) [ssp. pyrenaica Herrich-Schäffer, 1851:]

                        * Erebia epistygne (Hübner, [1819]) [ssp. viriathus Sheldon, 1913:]

                        * Erebia euryale (Esper, [1805]):

                        * Erebia gorge (Hübner, [1804]) [ssp. ramondi Pierret, 1848:; ssp. gigantea Oberthür, 1884]

                        * Erebia gorgone (Boisduval, [1833]):

                        * Erebia hispania Butler, 1868:

                        * Erebia lefebvrei (Boisduval, [1828]) [ssp. pyrenaea Oberthür, 1884:]

                        * Erebia manto ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) [ssp. constans Eiffinger, 1907:]

                        * Erebia meolans (Prunner, 1798): [ssp. bejarensis Chapman, 1902]

                        * Erebia neoridas (Boisduval, [1828]:

                        * Erebia oeme (Hübner, [1804]):

                        * Erebia palarica Chapman, 1905:

                        * Erebia pandrose (Borkhausen, 1788):

                        * Erebia pronoe (Esper, [1780]): [ssp. glottis Fruhstorfer, 1920]

                        * Erebia rondoui Oberthür, 1908: (var. goya Fruhstorfer, 1909)

                        * Erebia sthennyo Graslin, 1850:

                        * Erebia triaria (Prunner, 1798) [ssp. hispanica Gumppenberg, 1888:]

                        * Erebia zapateri Oberthür, 1875:

            Melanargia Meigen, [1828]:

                        * Melanargia lachesis (Hübner, 1790):

                        * Melanargia russiae (Esper, [1783]):

                        * Melanargia occitanica (Esper, [1793]):

                        * Melanargia ines Hoffmannsegg, 1804:

                        * Melanargia galathea (L., 1758):

            Hipparchia Fabricius, 1807:

                        * Hipparchia fagi (Scopoli, 1763):

                        * Hipparchia alcyone ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

                        * Hipparchia semele (L., 1758):

                        * Hipparchia (Neohipparchia)statilinus (Hufnagel, 1766): ( L)

                        * Hipparchia (Pseudotergumia) fidia (L., 1767):

            Chazara Moore, 1893:

                        * Chazara briseis (L., 1764):

                        * Chazara prieuri (Pierret, 1837) [ssp. iberica  Oberthür, 1907:; (form uhagonis Oberthür)]

            Pseudochazara De Lesse, 1951:

                        * Pseudochazara ("hippolyte"?) williamsi Romei, 1927:

                             [Note: "P. williamsi" (Spain) is very probably a different species to the asian taxon P. hippolyte (Esper, 1783). Pending of a molecular study, DNA/ADN]

                              [sspp. or ecological forms?: williamsi:; augustini Weiss, 1980; aislada Eitschberger & Steiniger, 1973; reverchoni Tarrier, 1993:]

            Satyrus Latreille, 1810:

                        * Satyrus actaea (Esper, 1781):

                        * Satyrus ferula (Fabricius, 1793):

            Minois Hübner, [1819]:

                        * Minois dryas (Scopoli, 1763):

            Brintesia Fruhstorfer, 1911:

                        * Brintesia circe (Fabricius, 1775):

            Arethusana De Lesse, 1951:

                        * Arethusana arethusa ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

                             [ssp. arethusa :; ssp. dentata (Staundinger, 1871):ssp./sp.? boabdil (Rambur, 1839): [It's necessary a molecular study for boabdil]

 

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Nym.:Satyrinae 1

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  Nymphalidae of Spain (Peninsula + islands)

LYCAENIDAE [Leach, 1815] ... (75 species)

Mariposas de la península Ibérica - Galerías - Lycaenidae

Riodininae Grote, 1895  (1 species)    [Note: some authors regard it as a Family: Riodinidae]

Hamearis Hübner, [1819]:

* Hamearis lucina (L., 1758):

Theclinae Butler, 1869  (12 species)

Thecla Fabricius, 1807:

* Thecla betulae (L., 1758): (I, L, P)

Neozephirus Sabatini & Ito, 1942:

* Neozephirus (Quercusia) quercus (L.., 1758): [ssp. iberica (Staundinger, 1901): (P)]

Tomares Rambur, 1840:

* Tomares ballus (Fabricius, 1787): (O, L, P)

Laeosopis Rambur, 1858:

* Laeosopis roboris (Esper, [1793]): (L, P)

Satyrium Scudder, 1876:

* Satyrium w-album (Knoch, 1782):

* Satyrium spini ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

* Satyrium pruni (L., 1758):

* Satyrium acaciae (Fabricius, 1787):

* Satyrium ilicis (Esper, 1779): (L, P)

* Satyrium esculi (Hübner, [1804]:

Callophrys Billberg, 1820:

* Callophrys rubi (L., 1758): (O, L, P) [ssp. fervida  Staudinger, 1901]

* Callophrys avis Chapman, 1909: (I, O) (L, P)

Lycaeninae [Leach, 1815]  (6 species)

Lycaena Fabricius, 1807:

* Lycaena tityrus (Poda, 1761): [ssp. ssp. tityrus; ssp. bleusei Oberthür, 1884:]

* Lycaena virgaureae (L., 1758): [ssp. miegi (Vogel, 1857)]

* Lycaena phlaeas (L., 1761): (O, L, P)

* Lycaena helle ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775:

* Lycaena hippothoe (L. 1761):

* Lycaena alciphron (Rottemburg, 1775): [ssp. gordius (Sulzer, 1776) (S. Spain: var. granatensis Ribbe, 1905:)]

 

Polyommatinae Swainson, 1827  (57 especies)

            Lampides Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Lampides boeticus (L., 1767): (O, L, P)

            Cacyreus Butler, 1897:

                         * Cacyreus marshalli Butler, 1898: (O, L, P)

            Leptotes Scudder, 1876:

                         * Leptotes pirithous (L., 1767): (O, L, P)

            Tarucus Moore, 1881:

                         * Tarucus theophrastus (Fabricius, 1793): (L, P)

            Zizeeria Chapman, 1910:

                         * Zizeeria knysna (Trimen, 1862): (O, L, P)

            Azanus Moore, 1881:

                         * Azanus jesous (Guérin-Méneville, 1849) (in Algeciras, S. Cádiz prov. Probably introduced with ornamental Acacia spp.)

            Cupido Schrank, 1801:

                         * Cupido (Everes) argiades (Pallas, 1771):

                         * Cupido (Everes) alcetas (Hoffmannsegg, 1804):

                         * Cupido osiris (Meigen, 1829):

                         * Cupido carswelli Stempffer, 1927 (pending molecular study, DNA/ADN): L, P)   (¡nunca un C. minimus, incompetentes!)

                         * Cupido lorquinii (Herrich-Schäffer, 1847): (O, L, P)

                         * Cupido minimus (Fuessly, 1775):

            Celastrina Tutt, 1906:

                         * Celastrina argiolus (L., 1758):

            Pseudophilotes Beuret, 1958:

                         * Pseudophilotes baton (Bergsträsser, 1779):

                         * Pseudophilotes panoptes (Hübner, 1813): (L, P)

                         * Pseudophilotes abencerragus (Pierret, 1837): (L, P) (L, P)

            Scolitantides Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Scolitantides orion (Pallas, 1771):

            Glaucopsyche Scudder, 1872:

                         * Glaucopsyche alexis (Poda, 1761): (L, P)

                         * Glaucopsyche melanops (Boisduval, [1828]): [ssp. algirica Heyne, 1895:]

            Iolana Bethune-Baker, 1914:

                         * Iolana iolas (Ochsenheimer, 1816): [ssp. farriolsi Sagarra, 1930:; ssp. saritae Fernández-Rubio, 1973: (L, P)]

            Maculinea Van Eecke, 1915:           [Note: some authors consider to Maculinea as a synonym of the genus Phengaris, but other authors disagree!!]

                         * Maculinea arion (L.., 1758):

                         * Maculinea nausithous (Bergsträsser, 1779):

                         * Maculinea alcon ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775: [ecological forms: alcon; rebeli (Hirschke, 1904)]

            Plebejus Kluk, 1780:

                         * Plebejus argus (L., 1758): [ssp. hypochionus (Rambur, 1858):]

                         * Plebejus idas (L., 1761): [ssp. nevadensis (Oberthür, 1896): ]

            Kretania Beuret, 1959:                          [Note: according to a recent molecular study, the "pylaon" group is included in the genus Kretania]

                         * 'Plebejus' pylaon (Fischer von Waldheim, 1832): [ssp. hespericus ( Rambur, 1839) [its final taxonomic status is pending of a molecular study (DNA)]:

                                                        P. p. hespericus:(L, P): [ <<=males : females=>>

 

            Polyommatus Latreille, 1804:

                        * Polyommatus icarus (Rottemburg, 1775): [var./hybrid/form? abdon Aistleiner & Aistleiner, 1994: pending of a molecular study, DNA]

                        * Polyommatus celina (Austaut, 1879) [syn. P. icarus celina]: (L, P) (DNA very different to P. icarus, genetic divergence > 5%; see)

                        * Polyommatus eros (Ochsenheimer, 1808):

                        * Polyommatus thersites (Cantener, 1835):

                        * Polyommatus amandus (Schneider, 1792): [spp. tova Higgins, 1948:]

                        * Polyommatus escheri (Hübner, [1823]):

                        * Polyommatus (Plebicula) golgus Plebicula) golgus (Hübner, 1813): (L, P)

                        * Polyommatus (Plebicula) sagratrox Aistleitner, 1986: (L, P): (Ecology-morphology-etology very different of P. golgus. Pending of a molecular study, DNA. )

                        * Polyommatus (Plebicula) dorylas ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): (L)

                        * Polyommatus (Plebicula) nivescens (Keferstein, 1851):

                        * Polyommatus (Meleageria) daphnis ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775):

            Lysandra Hemming, 1933               (Note: Lysandra is a different genus to Polyommatus according to recent molecular studies on their DNA)

                        * Lysandra coridon (Poda, 1761): [ssp. asturiensis Sagarra, 1924; f. syngraphoides:]

                        * Lysandra caelestissima (Verity, 1921):

                        * Lysandra bellargus (Rottemburg, 1775):

                        * Lysandra hispana (Herrich-Schäffer, 1852):

                        * Lysandra albicans (Gerhard, 1851): [ssp. albicans = a cline, gradual change: var. arragonensis Gerhard; var. bolivari Romei]: (L, P)

            Agrodiaetus Hübner, 1822:          (Note: Agrodiaetus is regarded as a subgenus of Polyommatus by some recent authors)

                        * Agrodiaetus damon ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775): [ssp. noguerae (Sagarra, 1924)]

                        * Agrodiaetus ripartii (Freyer, 1830): (syn. "A.  agenjoi " Forster 1965)

                        * Agrodiaetus fabressei (Oberthür, 1910):

                        * Agrodiaetus fulgens Sagarra, 1925: [= a cline/una clina; sólo variedades; syn. A. f. fulgens; syn. A. f. ainsae Foster, 1961; syn. A. ainsae...]

                        * Agrodiaetus violetae Gómez-Bustillo, Expósito & Martínez, 1979:

                              [ssp. violetae: (L, P); ssp. subbaeticus Gil-T. & Gil-Uceda, 2005: (L, P) (syn. A. fabressei subbaeticus. See DNA study)]

            Cyaniris Dalman, 1816:               (Note: Cyaniris is a different genus to Polyommatus according to several molecular studies on their DNA)

                         * Cyaniris semiargus (Rottemburg, 1775): : [ssp. tartessus Gil-T. & Huertas, 2007:]

            Agriades Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Agriades zullichi (Hemming, 1933): (L, P)

                         * Agriades glandon (Prunner, 1798):

                         * Agriades pyrenaicus (Boisduval, 1840): [ssp. pyrenaicus; ssp. asturiensis (Oberthür, 1910): ]

            Aricia [Reichenbach], 1817:

                         * Aricia agestis ([Denis & Schiffermüller], 1775) [only in NE. Iberian Peninsula, near the Pyrenees, N. Catalonia]

                         * Aricia cramera Eschscholtz, 1821: (L, P) [very different genetically of A. agestis]

                         * Aricia artaxerxes (Fabricius, 1793): [ssp. montensis Verity, 1928:: -different species or subspecies of artaxerxes according to authors]

                         * Aricia (Pseudoaricia) nicias (Meigen, [1829]:

                         * Aricia morronensis (Ribbe, 1910):  [several subspecies described are only synonyms or varities]:

                               [ssp. morronensis: (L, P); ssp. ramburi Verity, 1929:; ssp. hesselbarthi Manley & Allcard, 1970; ssp. chapmani Ribbe, 1910]

            Eumedonia Forster, 1938:            (Note: Eumedonia  is a different genus to Aricia  according to recent molecular studies on their DNA)

                         * Eumedonia eumedon (Esper, 1780):

                               [ssp. rondensis Gil-T. & Moreno-Benítez, 2012:; ssp. axarquia Gil-T., 2004:; ssp. mariensis Eitschberger & Steiniger,1975:]

 
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  Lycaenidae of Spain (Peninsula + islands)  

PIERIDAE Swainson, 1820 ... (24 species)

Butterflies of the Iberian peninsula - Galleries - Pieridae

Dismorphiinae Schatz, 1888: (2 species)

Leptidea Billberg, 1820:

* Leptidea sinapis (L., 1758):

* Leptidea reali Reissinger, 1990:

Coliadinae Swainson, 1821:  (7 species)

Colias Fabricius, 1807:

* Colias phicomone (Esper, 1780): [ssp. juliana Hospital, 1948; ssp. oberthuri Verity, 1905]

* Colias alfacariensis Ribbe, 1905: (I, L) (syn. C. australis Verity)

* Colias crocea (Fourcroy, 1785): (I, L, P) (O, L, P)

Gonepteryx Leach, [1815]:

* Gonepteryx rhamni (L., 1758):

* Gonepteryx cleopatra (L., 1767): (L, P)

Pierinae Duponchel, 1835:  (19 species)

Anthocharis Boisduval, Rambur, Dumesnil & Graslin, 1833:

* Anthocharis cardamines (L., 1758): (O, L, P) (I, L)

* Anthocharis belia (L. 1767): [ssp. euphenoides Staudinger, 1869:  (I, L) (L, P) (L)]

Zegris Boisduval, 1836:

* Zegris eupheme Esper, 1804: [ssp. meridionalis Lederer, 1852: (O, L, P)]

Euchloe Hübner, [1819]:  (6 species)

* Euchloe crameri Butler, 1869: (L, P) ( L, P)

* Euchloe simplonia (Boisduval, 1832):

* Euchloe tagis (Hübner, 1804): (L, P) [ssp. tagis = a cline in Spain, varities: gradual change in characters (markings or colour]

* Euchloe belemia (Esper, 1800): (O, L, P) [ssp. belemia (Iberian Peninsula)

* Euchloe (Elphinstonia) bazae Fabiano, 1993: (L, P) (syn. E. charlonia bazae)

Aporia Hübner, [1819]:

* Aporia crataegi (L., 1758): (I, L, P) (L, P) (L, P)

Pieris Schrank, 1801:  (6 species)

* Pieris brassicae (L., 1758): (I, L) (L, P)

* Pieris napi (L., 1758):

* Pieris ergane (Geyer, [1828]:

* Pieris rapae (L., 1758): (I, L, P) (L,P)

* Pieris mannii (Mayer, 1851):

Pontia Fabricius, 1807:

* Pontia daplidice (L., 1758): (I, L) (L, P) (L)

* Pontia callidice (Hübner, [1800]):

Colotis Hübner, [1819]:

* Colotis evagore (Klug, 1829): [ssp. nouna (Lucas, 1849): (I, L, P) (L, P)]

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  Pieridae of Spain (Peninsula + islands)

PAPILIONIDAE Latreille, 1802 ... (5 species)

Mariposas de la península Ibérica - Galerías - Papilionidae  

Parnassiinae Duponchel, 1835  (2 species)  

Parnassius Latreille, 1804:

* Parnassius mnemosyne (L., 1758):

* Parnassius apollo (L., 1758): (I, L, P)(O, L, P): (several subspecies described are only synonyms; other taxa are only varities):

                      [ssp. pyrenaicus Harcout-Bath, 1896: (syn. ossalensis; syn. antijesuita); ssp. hispanicus Oberthür, 1909: (syn. nicholae; syn. germainae);

                            ssp. nevadensis Oberthür, 1891: ssp. nevadensis Oberthür, 1891:; ssp. marteni Eisner, 1956]

Zerynthia Ochsenheimer, 1816:

* Zerynthia rumina Linnaeus, 1758: (L, P) (form canteneri  Staundinger and other forms & aberrations)

                    [ssp. rumina = a cline in Spain: gradual change in characters (markings or colour); varities]

Papilioninae Latreille, 1802  (2 species)

                Papilio (L., 1758:

* Papilio machaon (L., 1758): (O, L, P) (I, L, P)

                Iphiclides Hübner, [1819]: 

* Iphiclides podalirius (L., 1758: [ssp. podalirius; ssp. feisthamelii (Duponchel, 1832): (L, P) (O, L) (I, O, L)

 

 

Papilionidae galleries [+galleries in Andalusia / Larvae-Pupae]:

  Papilionidae 1

Papilionidae 2

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  Papilionidae of Spain (Peninsula + islands)  

HESPERIOIDEA Latreille, 1809  

HESPERIIDAE Latreille, 1809 ... (30 species)

Skippers of the Iberian peninsula - Galleries - Hesperiidae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pyrginae Burmeister, 1878  (20 especies)  

            Erynnis Schrank, 1801:

                         * Erynnis tages (L., 1758):

            Carcharodus Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Carcharodus alceae (Esper, 1780): (L, P)

                         * Carcharodus tripolinus (Verity, 1925)

                         * Carcharodus flocciferus (Zeller, 1847)

                         * Carcharodus baeticus (Rambur, [1839]): (L, P)

                         * Carcharodus lavatherae (Esper, 1783):

            Spialia Swinhoe, 1912:

                         * Spialia sertorius (Hoffmannsegg, 1804):

            Muschampia (Tutt, 1906):

                         * Muschampia proto (Ochsenheimer, 1808): (L, P)    

            Pyrgus (Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Pyrgus malvoides (Elwes & Edwards, 1897) (syn. P. malvae malvoides)

                         * Pyrgus armoricanus (Oberthür, 1910)

                         * Pyrgus alveus (Hübner, [1803]):

                         * Pyrgus bellieri (Oberthür, 1910) (syn. P. foulquieri)

                         * Pyrgus serratulae (Rambur, [1839])

                         * Pyrgus cirsii (Rambur, [1839]):

                         * Pyrgus onopordi (Rambur, [1839])

                         * Pyrgus cinarae Rambur, 1839

                         * Pyrgus sidae (Esper, 1784):

                         * Pyrgus carthami (Hübner, [1813]) (syn. P. fritillarius)

                         * Pyrgus andromedae (Wallengren, 1853)

                         * Pyrgus cacaliae (Rambur, [1839])

Heteropterinae Aurivillius, 1925  (2 species)

            Carterocephalus (Lederer, 1852):

                         * Carterocephalus palaemon (Pallas, 1771):

            Heteropterus Duméril, 1806:

                         * Heteropterus morpheus (Pallas, 1771)

Hesperiinae Latreille, 1809  (8 species)

            Thymelicus Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Thymelicus acteon (Rottemburg, 1775): 

                         * Thymelicus lineola (Ochsenheimer, 1808):

                         * Thymelicus sylvestris (Poda, 1761):

            Hesperia Fabricius, 1793:

                         * Hesperia comma (L., 1758):

            Ochlodes (Scudder, 1872):

                         * Ochlodes sylvanus (Esper, 1777) [syn. Ochlodes venata faunus (Turati 1905)]:

                                 [Taxonomic note: O. sylvanus sometimes called O. faunus (syn. O. venatus faunus) occurs in Europe and Asia (until east China),

                                                            O. venatus from east China to Korea and Japan. They are possibly sympatric in China]

            Gegenes Hübner, [1819]:

                         * Gegenes pumilio (Hoffmannsegg, 1804) [in Majorca island?]

                         * Gegenes nostrodamus (Fabricius, 1793):  

            Borbo Evans, 1949:

                         * Borbo borbonica Boisduval, 1833: [ssp/var.? zelleri Lederer, 1855]

 

 Hesperiidae of Spain (Peninsula + islands)

 

Authors of the photos:

    - Totals include photos of galleries Andalusia... + Larvae-Pupae -

  Rafael Obregón Romero (Córdoba): 1.590 photos   Felipe Gil-T. (Córdoba/Granada): 1.446 fotos
  Rafael Estévez Rodríguez (Vigo, Pontevedra): 434 fotos   Jose Manuel Sesma (Barcelona): 261 fotos   Pep Monterde (Terrassa, Barcelona): 172 fotos
  Manuel Lorenzo (Zaragoza): 168 photos   M a r i b e l  Castilla (Córdoba): 100 photos   Miguel J. Sanjurjo Franch (Oviedo): 84 photos

   

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