Eupsychellus currently viewed as a subjective junior synonym, QuakersAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Pithecops corvus
- Pithecops dionisius
- Pithecops fulgens
- Pithecops hylax
- Pithecops phoenix
A small genus ranging from India to New Guinea. The generic name refers to the observation that the pupa bears a resemblance to the face of a monkey.
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