Parrhasius


Parrhasius
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Classification
Règne Animalia
Embranchement Arthropoda
Classe Insecta
Ordre Lepidoptera
Sous-ordre Ditrysia
Super-famille Papilionoidea
Famille Lycaenidae
Sous-famille Theclinae
Genre
Parrhasius
Hübner, 1819

Le genre Parrhasius regroupe des papillons de la famille des Lycaenidae et de la sous-famille des Theclinae.

Sommaire

Dénomination

Parrhasius est le nom donné par Hübner en 1819.

Synonyme : Eupsyche Scudder, 1876 ; Panthiades ;[1].

Répartition

Leur aire de répartition est dans toute l'Amérique du Sud et dans le sud de l'Amérique du Nord.

Liste des espèces

Notes et références

Annexes

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