Leptosia nina

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Leptosia nina
Psyche(Leptosia nina).jpg
Psyche Leptosia nina mating retouched.jpg
Pengelasan saintifik
Alam: Haiwan
Filum: Arthropod
Kelas: Serangga
Order: Lepidoptera
Keluarga: Pieridae
Genus: Leptosia
Spesies: L. nina
Nama binomial
Leptosia nina
(Fabricius, 1793)
Sinonim
  • Papilio nina Fabricius, 1793
  • Leptosia chlorographa Hübner, 1818
  • Papilio xiphia Fabricius, 1781 (preocc.)
  • Leptosia xiphia
  • Pontia crokera MacLeay, [1826]
  • Pontia niobe Wallace, 1866
  • Pontia dione Wallace, 1867
  • Nychitona xiphia var. nicobarica Doherty, 1886
  • Leptosia xiphia fumigata Fruhstorfer, 1903
  • Leptosia aurisparsa Fruhstorfer
  • Leptosia xiphia comma Fruhstorfer, 1903

Leptosia nina, atau Psyche, adalah kupu-kupu yang termasuk dalam kelompok keluarga Pieridae dan sub-keluarga Pierinae. Ia mempunyai lebar sayap sekitar 35–45 mm.[1]


Subspesies[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Leptosia nina nina (India, Ceylon hingga Indo-China, Thailand, Langkawi, Andamans)
  • Leptosia nina chlorographa Hübner (Jawa)
  • Leptosia nina niobe (Wallace, 1866) (Taiwan)
  • Leptosia nina dione (Wallace, 1867) (selatan Sulawesi)
  • Leptosia nina nicobarica (Doherty, 1886) (Nicobars)
  • Leptosia nina fumigata Fruhstorfer, 1903 (Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Solor)
  • Leptosia nina terentia Fruhstorfer (selatan Filipina)
  • Leptosia nina georgi Fruhstorfer (utara Filipina)
  • Leptosia nina comma Fruhstorfer, 1903 (Timor hingga Tanimbar)
  • Leptosia nina malayana Fruhstorfer, 1910 (Semenanjung Malaysia, Singapura, Sumatera, Borneo, Bangka, Biliton)
  • Leptosia nina aebutia Fruhstorfer, 1910 (Tanahdjampea, Kalao)

Galeri=[sunting | sunting sumber]

Nota[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ A field guide to the Butterflies of Singapore. 

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Evans, W.H. (1932) The Identification of Indian Butterflies. (2nd Ed), Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, India
  • Gaonkar, Harish (1996) Butterflies of the Western Ghats, India (including Sri Lanka) - A Biodiversity Assessment of a threatened mountain system. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society.
  • Gay,Thomas; Kehimkar,Isaac & Punetha,J.C.(1992) Common Butterflies of India. WWF-India and Oxford University Press, Mumbai, India.
  • Kunte,Krushnamegh (2005) Butterflies of Peninsular India. Universities Press.
  • Wynter-Blyth, M.A. (1957) Butterflies of the Indian Region, Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, India.