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Symmachia emeralda Hall & Willmott 2007

Andrew V. Z. Brower
Containing group: Symmachia


A rare but widespread species, ranging throughout the lowlands of Amazonia. It is apparently known from only three specimens: a male from San Martín, Peru, and females from Napo, Ecuador and Cayenne, French Guiana.


The holotype is housed in the MUSM, Lima, Peru. Locality data: PERU, San Martín, km 18 Tarapoto - Yurimaguas rd., 06°27'S 76°17'W, 1250 m, 13 Nov. 1998, leg. RK Robbins.


Hall, JP and KR Willmott. 2007. Four new species of Symmachiini from Ecuador (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae). Tropical Lepidoptera 16: 1-5.

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