Bicyclus funebris ( Guérin-Méneville, 1844 )

Bivar-De-Sousa, António, Vasconcelos, Sasha, Mendes, Luís F., Larsen, Torben B., Baker, Jon & Guilherme, João L., 2016, Butterflies of Guinea-Bissau: VIII. New data, new reports, corrections and biodiversity (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea), Zootaxa 4201 (1), pp. 1-77: 34

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4201.1.1

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Bicyclus funebris ( Guérin-Méneville, 1844 )
status

 

121. Bicyclus funebris ( Guérin-Méneville, 1844) 

WL: 24mm. Males possess two androconial hair-tufts, one brown and the other black, on the hindwing recto. The species ranges from Senegal to Nigeria, Gabon, Cameroon, CARAbout CAR, Congo, DRC, Angola, northern Zambia, western Kenya and Tanzania. Host-plants are Setaria barbata  , Digitaria seminuda  and Imperata cylindrica  ( Poaceae  ).

Studied material. Bafatá: Tabandinto , cashew, 12.04.2013, 1♀ (SV) (CZ000010998)  . Cacheu: Caió, several specimens (JB)  . Gabú: Beli , 0 1.02.2013, 1♀ (JG)  . Quinara: Buba Tombo ( PNLC), 16.07.2009, 1♂ (BS 28994). 

Previous references. Regions: Bolama, Oio, Quinara, Tombali. Authors: Aurivillius (1910), Bacelar (1949), Bivar-de-Sousa & Mendes (1999), Larsen (2005), Bivar-de-Sousa et al. (2008a).

Probable abundance and proposed status. AB: F; CS: LC.

CAR

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