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Hesperia florinda

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Insecta
Family  Hesperiidae
Rank  Species
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Lepidoptera
Genus  Hesperia
Hesperia florinda butterflyandskyfancoocanjpshubetsuseseriakas
Similar  Aeromachus inachus, Ochlodes ochraceus, Polytremis pellucida, Potanthus flavus, Pyrgus maculatus

Hesperia florinda is a butterfly in the Hesperiidae family (Hesperiinae). It is found in the East Palearctic in Transbaikalia to Korea, Amur, Ussuri and Japan. The larva feeds on Carex. There is a single broods. The egg hibernates. Hesperia florinda was previously a subspecies of Hesperia comma.

Subspecies

  • Hesperia florinda florinda
  • Hesperia florinda rozhkovi Kurentzov, 1970 (Transbaikalia)
  • References

    Hesperia florinda Wikipedia


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