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Heliconius pardalinus H. W. Bates 1862

Margarita Beltran
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Containing group: Heliconius

Geographical Distribution

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Distribution of Heliconius pardalinus. © 2002 Margarita Beltran.

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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus butleri
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Collection Gerardo Lamas
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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus butleri
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Collection Gerardo Lamas
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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus dilatus
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Collection Gerardo Lamas
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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus dilatus
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus sergestus
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Collection Gerardo Lamas
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Scientific Name Heliconius pardalinus sergestus
Specimen Condition Dead Specimen
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Collection Gerardo Lamas
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Beltran, Margarita. 2007. Heliconius pardalinus H. W. Bates 1862. Version 18 February 2007 (temporary). http://tolweb.org/Heliconius_pardalinus/72902/2007.02.18 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/

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