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A NEW SPECIES OF OENEIS (SATYRIDAE) FROM THE NORTH AMERICAN ARCTIC

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 May 2012

James T. Troubridge
Affiliation:
RR#3, Caledonia, Ontario, Canada N0A 1A0
Kenelm W. Philip
Affiliation:
Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.A. 99701
James A. Scott
Affiliation:
60 Estes St., Lakewood, Colorado, U.S.A. 80226
Jon H. Shepard
Affiliation:
Sproule Creek Rd., RR #2, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada V1L 5P5

Abstract

A new species, Oeneis excubitor, is described. This species has male valvae similar to those of Oeneis melissa and Oeneis jutta but the wing pattern is roughly similar to that of Oeneis chryxus.

Résumé

On décrit une nouvelle espèce Oeneis excubitor. Les genitalia du mâle sont semblables à ceux d'Oeneis melissa et Oeneis jutta mais la nervation alaire est en gros similaire à celle d'Oeneis chryxus.

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Copyright © Entomological Society of Canada 1982

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