Faunis

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Classis : Insecta 
Ordo : Lepidoptera 
Familia : Nymphalidae 
Subfamilia : Morphinae 
Tribus : Amathusiini 
Genus : Faunis 
Hübner, [1819]
   
Subdivisiones: Species
Circa 14, inter quas:
Synonyma
* Clerome Westwood, [1850]
Species typica
Papilio eumeus Drury, [1773]

Faunis (Anglice faun) est genus papilionum Asianorum familiae Nyphalidarum. Larvae speciebus Musae, Smilacis, et Pandani vescuntur.[1] Multae formae, sive species sive subspecies, in insulis sunt endemicae et ergo probabiliter sunt vulnerabiles.[2]

Index specierum[recensere | fontem recensere]

Hic index in situ a Markku Savela[3] facto conditur. Anni sunt anni vulgationis, ubi noti.

  • Faunis Hübner, 1819 ( = Clerome Westwood, 1850)
    • Faunis aerope (Leech, 1890)
      • Faunis aerope aerope (Leech, 1890)
      • Faunis aerope excelsa Fruhstorfer, 1911
      • Faunis aerope masseyeffi Brooks, 1949
      • Faunis aerope longpoensis Huang, 2001
    • Faunis arcesilaus (Fabricius, 1787), etiam Papilio arcesilaus Fabricius, 1787
    • Faunis assama (Westwood, 1858)
    • Faunis canens Hübner, 1826
      • Faunis canens canens Hübner, 1826
      • Faunis canens arcesilas Stichel, 1933
      • Faunis canens borneensis Fruhstorfer
      • Faunis canens pallidior Hagan
      • Faunis canens samadhi Fruhstorfer
      • Faunis canens niasana Fruhstorfer
    • Faunis eumeus (Drury, 1773), olim Papilio eumeus Drury, 1773
      • Faunis eumeus eumeus (Drury, 1773)
      • Faunis eumeus incerta Staudinger
    • Faunis gracilis (Butler, 1867), olim Clerome gracilis Butler, 1867
    • Faunis kirata (de Nicéville, 1891), olim Clerome kirata de Nicéville, 1891
    • Faunis menado (Hewitson, 1863)
      • Faunis menado menado (Hewitson, 1863)
      • Faunis menado pleonasma Röber
      • Faunis menado chitone Hewitson
      • Faunis menado intermedia Röber
      • Faunis menado syllus Fruhstorfer
      • Faunis menado suluana Fruhstorfer
    • Faunis phaon Erichson, 1834
      • Faunis phaon leucis (Felder & Felder, 1861)[4]
      • Faunis phaon phaon Erichson, 1834
      • Faunis phaon lurida Felder
      • Faunis phaon ikonion Fruhstorfer
      • Faunis phaon sibuyanensis Yamaguchi & Aoki
    • Faunis sappho Semper, 1878
      • Faunis sappho sappho Semper, 1878
      • Faunis sappho kleis Semper
      • Faunis sappho ameinokleia Fruhstorfer
    • Faunis stomphax (Westwood, 1858)
      • Faunis stomphax stomphax (Westwood, 1858)
      • Faunis stomphax plateni Staudinger

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Eliot, Corbet, et Pendlebury, eds., The Butterflies of The Malay Peninsula, ed. 4a (1992, ISBN 983-9681-05-2.
  2. L. P. Koh, N. S. Sodhi, et B. W. Brook, "Co-Extinctions of Tropical Butterflies and Their Hostplants," Biotropica 36(2004): 272-274.
  3. http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/papilionoidea/nymphalidae/morphinae/faunis/index.html.
  4. Schroeder et Treadaway (2005), "Nymphalidae IX: Amathusiini of the Philippine Islands." Butterflies of the world 20(2), pl. 2, f. 1-7.
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