1. Falter

2. Diagnose

2.1. Erstbeschreibung

3. Biologie

3.1. Habitat

4. Weitere Informationen

4.1. Andere Kombinationen

4.2. Synonyme

4.3. Faunistik

Der Fauna Europaea ist zu entnehmen: "H. misippus had temporarily established populations in the Canary Islands (e.g. in the 1980s, see (Wiemers, M. 1995)), but there are currently no populations. Therefore it was excluded from the european Red List 2009."

4.4. Typenmaterial

Honey & Scoble (2001: 350): “LSL [The Linnean Society of London, Anm. Red. Lepiforum]: 1 ♀ labelled “Misippus 767.” [by Smith], here designated as LECTOTYPE.”

4.5. Literatur

  • Lectotypus-Festlegung: Honey, M. R. & M. J. Scoble (2001): Linnaeus's butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea). — Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 132: 277-399.
  • Erstbeschreibung: Linné, C. (1764): Museum S:æ R:æ M:tis Ludovicæ Ulricæ Reginæ Svecorum, Cothorum, Vandalorumque &c. &c. &c. In quo Animalia Raroria, Exotica, Imprimis Insecta & Conchilia describuntur & determinantur. [i-viii], 1-720. Holmiæ (Laur. Salvii).
  • Tennent, W. J., Aguiar, A. M. F., Healey, D., Ferreira, A. (2013): Recent records of Hypolimnas misippus (Linnaeus, 1764) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) from Madeira, Portugal, with a resumé of historical records from Macaronesia. — Entomologist’s Gazette 64: 101–108.
  • Wiemers, M. (1995): The butterflies of the Canary Islands. — A survey on their distribution, biology and ecology (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea). — Linneana Belgica 15: 63-84, 87-118 [PDF auf researchgate.net].

4.6. Informationen auf anderen Websites (externe Links)