Bebearia paludicola Holmes, 2001,

Bland, Keith P., 2019, Name-bearing types of butterflies (Lepidoptera, Papilionoidea), in the National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, Zootaxa 4559 (1), pp. 57-89: 77

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4559.1.2

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scientific name

Bebearia paludicola Holmes, 2001
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Bebearia paludicola Holmes, 2001  ssp. BLANDI Holmes, 2001

Tropical Zoology 14, 31–62 [48], figure 11. Combination still valid (see Larsen, 2005).

Holotype, male, pinned (abdomen in gelatin capsule); also allotype female, pinned. Specimen data: Specimen a: “ GHANA | Bobiri Forest Reserve | (6 o 41’N, 1 o 20’W) Forest path | M.B.Usher 1.x.1972 | RSM 1973.9View Materials ” [Printed]. “ B.paludicola  blandi | Holotype | det. C.W.N. Holmes | Feb.1999 ” [Handwritten (by Holmes) on orange card]. Specimen b: “ GHANA | Mamiri Forest Reserve | 5 o 43’N, 2 o 23’W) | Reserve boundary path [Printed] | Attracted to bananas [Handwritten (by Usher)] | M.B.Usher 28.vii.1975 | RSM 1975.64View Materials ” [Printed]. “ B.paludicola  blandi | Allotype | det. C.W.N.Holmes | Feb.1999 ” [Handwritten (by Holmes) on orange card.]. Remarks: These two specimens are unambiguously the holotype and allotype designated by Holmes (2001) and illustrated in Figure 11 (ibidem).GoogleMaps 

Papilio  COCALIA Fabricius  , 1793; Holmes, 2001.

Entomologia systematica emendata et aucta 3 (1), 1-488 [250]: Tropical Zoology 14, 31–62 [49], figures 8&9.

Current accepted combination: Bebearia cocalia cocalia (Fabricius, 1793)  (see Larsen, 2005).

Neotype, male, pinned: Specimen data: “ Ghana, Mamiri Forest Reserve (5°43’N, 2°23’W), M.B.Usher 11.viii.1975, RSM 1975.64View Materials ” [Printed on white card]. “ B.cocalia  , Neotype, des. C.W.N.Holmes, May 2000.” [Handwritten (by Holmes) on orange card]. Remarks: This specimen is without doubt the neotype designated by Holmes (2001) to stabilise the concept of Bebearia cocalia (Fabricius, 1793)  . It is illustrated in Figures 8 and 9 (ibidem).GoogleMaps