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Lopinga Moore 1893

Andrew V. Z. Brower
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Containing group: Parargina


Lopinga achine and L. deidamia are widespread across temperate Asia, the other species are endemic to small areas of central China.


Bozano GC. 1999. Guide to the butterflies of the Palearctic Region. Satyridae part I: Subfamily Elymniinae, Tribe Lethini. Omnes Artes, Milan.

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Scientific Name Lopinga deidamia
Location An open birch/larch forest on a western slope of a mountain massif at the Polovinnaya Pad' valley left board few km of the Argun' River left bank 12 km S of the village Uryupino, Gazimurskozavodskoi District, E Chita Province, E Transbaikalia, Siberia, Russia
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source Crebeta deidamia
Copyright © 1997 Oleg Kosterin
Scientific Name Lopinga achine
Location Open pine/birch forest, Akademgorodok [Academy Town], Novosibirsk, West Siberia, Russia
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Sex Male
Source Lopinga achine
Copyright © 1998 Oleg Kosterin
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