Euthalia djata rubidifascia  Talbot,1929

Euthalia djata rubidifascia ♂ Up. Euthalia djata rubidifascia ♂ Un.
♂, 1997.04.01. Satun, Thailand.

ON : Euthalia djata rubidifascia Talbot,1929
OD : Bull. Hill Mus. 3(1):79, pl.2, fig.2,♀.
TL : Sumatra. (♀, NHML)
Distribution : P.Thailand, W.Malaysia, [Singapore], Sumatra.

● ssp.osadai
ssp.siamica
ssp.rubidifascia
Euthalia djata map

Synonym

Euthalia djata revivo Tsukada,1991 : Butterflies of the South East Asian Islands. 5:399,548, pl.96, figs.12,(HT,♂),13(PT,♀),14(PT,♂). TL. Cameron Highland, Malaysia. (♂, in coll. E.Tsukada)


Type Materials Information

rubidifascia : Holotype ♀, Sumatra (NHML) ; Yokochi,1999b : 21, fig.78(HT,♀,♀Un).
revivo : Holotype ♂, Mar.1990. Cameron Highland, W.Malaysia. (in coll. E.Tsukada)
Paratypes : 1♂, 16.Mar.1982. Kedah, W.Malaysia ; 1♀, 17.Feb.1970. Kedah, W.Malaysia.


Specimens Examined

[ THAILAND ]
Satun : Koh Tarutao. 1997.04.01. 1♂ P.Sukkit (YI).
JanFebMarAprMayJun JulAugSepOctNovDec


Notes
This is the first record in Thailand. The butterfly is rare in lowland forest.
In general, the butterfly fauna of Langkawi and Koh Tarutao are often identical. However, the example of Koh Tarutao is curiously seems to be ssp.rubidifascia which is distributed in mainland Malaysia, rather than ssp.siamica in Langkawi. Tsukada,1991 described revivo in W.Malaysia, which is considered to be synonym of rubidifascia. In addition, Holotype of Cameron Highland is rufidifascia, however paratypes in Kedah are considered to be ssp.siamica. Further taxonomic study and research of distribution are needed.

Literature

Talbot, G.,1929 : New forms of Malayan Butterflies
Bull. Hill Mus. 3(1):78-80, 1 pl.

Tsukada, E.,1991 : Butterflies of the South East Asian Islands V, Nymphalidae (II).
Azumino Butterflie's Research Institute. 576pp.(238 col. pls.) (in Japanese)

Yokochi, T.,1999b : A revision of the lubentina group of genus Euthalia (Rhopalocera, Nymphalidae) in the Indo-Australian Region (II)
Butterflies 23:20-35, 42 figs.

Eliot, J.N. & L.G.Kirton,2000 : Revisional notes and nomenclatural changes of some Peninsular Malaysian butterflies
Malay. nat. J. 54(2):131-145.

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