Arhopala major

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Arhopala major
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Alam: Haiwan
Filum: Arthropod
Kelas: Serangga
Order: Lepidoptera
Keluarga: Lycaenidae
Subkeluarga: Lycaeninae
Genus: Arhopala
Spesies: A. major
Nama binomial
Arhopala major
Sinonim
  • Amblypodia agesilaus var. major Staudinger, 18890: 128.
  • Arhopala catori Bethune-Baker, 1903: 93, Pl. 2, Fig. 11, Pl. 5, Figs 8,8a. Borneo, ♂ BMNH.
  • Narathura major (Staudinger), Evans, 1957: 97.
  • Arhopala catori parvimaculata Okubo, 1983: 178, Figs 29-32. Malaysia, Tioman Is.
  • Arhopala major (Staudinger); Seki et al, 1991: 59, Pl. 34 L184; Eliot, 1992: 279, 419, Pl. 40, figs 13, 14, Pl. 66, fig. 2; Treadaway, 1995:74.

Arhopala major adalah kupu-kupu yang termasuk dalam kelompok keluarga Lycaenidae dan sub-keluarga Lycaeninae. Ia mempunyai lebar sayap sekitar 32–38 mm.[1]

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Khew Sin Khoon. A field guide to the Butterflies of Singapore. 
  • Bethune-Baker, G. T., 1903. A revision of the Amblypodia group of butterflies of the family Lycaenidae. Trans. zool. Soc. Lond. 17(1): 3-164, 5 pls.
  • Eliot, J. N., 1992. In Corbet & Pendlebury, The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. 4th Edn. Kuala Lumpur.
  • Evans, W. H., 1957. A revision of the Arhopala group of oriental lycaenidae (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), entomology, 5(3): 85-141.
  • Okubo, K., 1983. Butterflies of Tioman Island, West Malaysia, with the description of new species. Tyô-to-Ga 33:[1] 168-184, 47 figs.
  • Seki, Y., Takanami, Y. and Otsuka, K., 1991. Butterflies of Borneo Vol. 2, No. 1. Lycaenidae. Tobishima Corporation, Tokyo.
  • Staudinger, O., 1889. Lepidopteren der Insel Palawan. Deut. ent. Zeit. (Iris) 2(1): 3-180, pls. 1, 2.
  • Takanami, Y., 1989. On some type specimens of Lycaenidae from South East Asia. Tyô to Ga 40(1): 23-80.
  • Treadaway, C. G., 1995. Checklist of the butterflies of the Philippine Islands (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) Nachr. entomol. Apollo Suppl.14: 7-118.