Phocides pigmalion

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Classis : Insecta 
Ordo : Lepidoptera 
Familia : Hesperiidae 
Genus : Phocides 
Species : P. pigmalion 
Phocides pigmalion 
(Cramer, [1779])  
Synonyma
*Papilio pigmalion Cramer, [1779]
  • Erycides pigmalion (Cramer, [1779])
  • Phocides disparilis Röber, 1925
  • Phocides iocularis Röber, 1925
  • Phocides vulcanides Röber, 1925
  • Phocides tenuistriga Mabille & Boullet, 1912
  • Sphinx bicolora Boddaert, 1783
  • Erycides pyres Godman & Salvin, 1879
  • Eudamus batabano Lucas, 1857
  • Erycides mancinus Herrich-Schäffer, 1862
  • Erycides batabano Lefèbre, 1867
  • Phocides aberrans Röber, 1925
  • Phocides jemadides Röber, 1925
Phocides pigmalion

Phocides pigmalion (Anglice mangrove skipper) est papilio familiae Hesperiidarum, a litore ad litus in Florida paeninsulari et in Martyribus Insulis, ad meridiem per Indias Occidentalis Mexicumque ad Argentinam, singulis ad septentriones usque ad litoralem Carolinam Meridionalem errantes observatis.

Latitudo alarum est 48–70 mm. Adulti a Novembri ad Augustum in Florida meridiana volare solent.

Larvae speciebus Rhizophorae mangle vescuntur. Adulti nectar ex floribus variarum plantarum sorbillant, inter quas Rhizophora mangle, Scandix pecten-veneris, Citrus, et Bougainvillea.

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