Calycopidina

Cock, Matthew J. W. & Robbins, Robert K., 2016, Annotated checklist and biogeographic composition of the Lycaenidae (Lepidoptera) of Trinidad, West Indies, Insecta Mundi 2016 (506), pp. 1-33: 23

publication ID

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5353382

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Calycopidina
status

 

Subtribe Calycopidina   (formerly Lamprospilus   section)

Badecla badaca (Hewitson, 1868)  

Thecla badaca Hewitson   : Longstaff (1912)

Calycopis badaca (Hewitson)   : Barcant (1970, no. 316), Lewis (1974, plate 67.5)

Angulopis badaca (Hewitson)   : Johnson and Kroenlein (1993a)

This species was treated in Lamprospilus   by Robbins (2004), but the current placement is from Duarte and Robbins (2010). Longstaff’s (1912) specimen from Ariapita Road (13 Jan 1913) is in the OMNH; it is a female Lamprosilus collucia   , identified as Tmolus badaca   by H. Druce. Kaye (1914, 1921, no. 228) listed Calycopis badaca (Hewitson)   from Trinidad based on a specimen from Emperor Valley (30 Jan 1913, K.St.A. Rogers). This specimen is also in OMNH and is also a female L. collucia   . Kaye (1914, 1921) treated L. collucia   as a female synonym of B. badaca   , so there seems no doubt that L. collucia   is the species that he knew from Trinidad, not B. badaca   . Barcant (1970) did not know B. badaca   as he merely repeats Kaye’s record and there are none labelled as B. badaca   in his collection. Johnson and Kroenlein (1993a) list a female from Trinidad ( Arima Valley   , 19–21.i.1961, B. Heineman, AMNH). We have not seen this specimen or any others of this species from Trinidad.

Camissecla camissa (Hewitson, 1870)  

Siderus camissa (Hewitson)   : Kaye (1940, no. 236a)

See under Theclopsis gargara   in main list.