Papilio antonoe, CRAMER, 1777

Chainey, John E., 2005, The species of Papilionidae and Pieridae (Lepidoptera) described by Cramer and Stoll and their putative type material in the Natural History Museum in London, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 145 (3), pp. 283-337: 315

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scientific name

Papilio antonoe
status

 

ANTONOE CRAMER, 1777  

Pap[ilio] Dan[aus] Cand[idus] antonoe Cramer, 1777: 138   , 147, pl.187, figs C, D [original plate 158, figs B, B] (junior homonym of Cramer, 1775 [ Satyrinae   ]). ♂, China; Java (Batavia and Samarang)   .

Papilio   Danaus Candidus   antonoe, Stoll, 1782b: 5   [No. 53].

Material examined. No potential Cramer or Stoll specimens located.

Current status. Invalid as a junior homonym of Papilio antonoe Cramer, 1775   . Yata (1981) lists antonoe   (as ‘ antone ’) as both a synonym of Delias hyparete hierta (Hübner, 1818)   and a synonym of D. h. hyparete (Linnaeus, 1758)   , although Yagishita, Nakano & Morita (1993) list it solely as a synonym of D. hyparete Linnaeus. Because   the illustration shows Javan D. h. hyparete (Linnaeus)   , I designate the specimen that was illustrated as the lectotype of Papilio antonoe Cramer, 1777   , which is thus placed as an invalid junior subjective synonym of D. h. hyparete (Linnaeus)   .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Lepidoptera

Family

Papilionidae

Genus

Papilio

Loc

Papilio antonoe

Chainey, John E. 2005
2005
Loc

Papilio

Stoll C 1782: 5
1782