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Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Ituri Forest, N.W. Beni, I 1920 (T.A. Barns)”. Neallotype: female, Beni, Ituri, 4000 ft, VIII 1946 (T.H.E. Jackson). Holotype male and neallotype female in H.H.M., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
Telipna hollandi hollandi Joicey & Talbot, 1921
Telipna hollandi Joicey & Talbot, 1921. Bulletin of the Hill Museum, Witley 1: 80 (40-166).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Ituri Forest, N.W. Beni”.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo (north-east).

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Ituri Forest (TL); Beni (Libert, 2005); Biakatu (Libert, 2005); Bucha (Libert, 2005); Epulu (Libert, 2005); Mapimbi (Libert, 2005); Teturi (Libert, 2005).
Telipna hollandi exsuperia Hulstaert, 1924
Telipna exsuperia Hulstaert, 1924. Revue de Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines 12: 112 (112-122, 173-194).

Telipna hollandi exsuperia Hulstaert, 1924. Libert, 2005: 43, n. stat.

Type locality: Cameroon: “Bitje, Kamerun, XI 1909 (Bates)”. Neallotype: female, Bitje, Cameroon (Bates-Rosenberg). Holotype male and neallotype female in the M.R.A.C., Tervuren, Belgium.

Distribution: Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Bitje (TL); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Sangmelima (Libert, 2005); Djoum (Libert, 2005); Batouri (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005).

Equatorial Guinea – Alen (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Koungou (Libert, 2005); Langoue (Libert, 2005); d’Ivindo (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Kelle (Jackson, 1969); Ketta (Libert, 2005); Odzala (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005); Bimon (Libert, 2005); Botambi (Libert, 2005); Boukoko (Libert, 2005); Moloukou (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Mbandaka (Libert, 2005); Basankusu (Libert, 2005); Katakoli (Libert, 2005); Katako-Kombe (Libert, 2005); Loila River (Libert, 2005).
kelle Jackson, 1969 (as sp. of Telipna). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) (Entomology) 23: 13 (1-23). Congo: “Rép. du Congo: Moyen Congo, Kelle”. Types in N.H.M., London.

Telipna ducarmei Libert, 2005
Telipna ducarmei Libert, 2005. Revision du genre Telipna Aurivillius (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi, Kenya and Lambillionea, Tervuren, Belgium: 44 (pp 1-73).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Kisangani, VII 1987 (R. Ducarme)”. Allotype: female, Kisangani, 5 VIII 1990 (R. Ducarme). Holotype male and allotype female in the M.R.A.C., Tervuren, Belgium.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Kisangani (TL); Gazi (Libert, 2005); Omotumba (Libert, 2005); Komi (Libert, 2005); Katako-Kombe (Libert, 2005).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Telipna rufilla (Grose-Smith, 1901)
Liptena rufilla Grose-Smith, 1901 in Grose-Smith, 1897-1902. Rhopalocera exotica, being illustrations of new, rare and unfigured species of butterflies 1: 133 (214 pp.). London.

Telipna rufilla. Male (holotype), upperside. Photo ex Torben Larsen.
Type locality: Nigeria: “Warri, Niger Coast Protectorate, II 1896 (Dr. Roth)”. Holotype male in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Nigeria.

Known from only three males and a female (Libert, 2005).



Specific localities:

Nigeria – Warri (TL); Umuhaia (Davey teste Libert, 2005).

Common name: Niger Delta telipna.

Habitat: Forest.

Habits: A rare species (Larsen, 2005a).

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
T. citrimaculata group
Telipna citrimaculata Schultze, 1916
Telipna citrimaculata Schultze, 1916. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 81 (A.12.): 141 (136-142).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Boënga (Südost-Kamerum)”. Lectotype: male, Djah Gebiet, Cameroon (Schlechter); Z.M.H.U., Berlin. Neallotype: female, Ouesso, Souanke, Congo, I 1960; M.H.N.H., Paris.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda.

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
Telipna citrimaculata citrimaculata Schultze, 1916
Telipna citrimaculata Schultze, 1916. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 81 (A.12.): 141 (136-142).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Boënga (Südost-Kamerum)”.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo (north), Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Boenga (TL); Djah (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Ngelebock (Libert, 2005); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Moloundou (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Ouesso (Libert, 2005); Souanke (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005); Boukoko (Libert, 2005); Mbaiki (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Bafwaboli (Joicey & Talbot, 1921); Kuma (Libert, 2005); Lukololela (Libert, 2005); Mbandaka (Libert, 2005); Basankusu (Libert, 2005); Katako-Kombe (Libert, 2005); Kapanga (Libert, 2005); Kapelekese (Libert, 2005); Kafakumba (Libert, 2005); Kisangani (Libert, 2005); Kindu (Libert, 2005); Luiza (Libert, 2005); Sandoa (Libert, 2005).
angustifascia Joicey & Talbot, 1921 (as sp. of Telipna). Bulletin of the Hill Museum, Witley 1: 77 (40-166). Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Dense forest near Bafwaboli, N. side of Tshopo Valley”. Types in the N.H.M., London.
Telipna citrimaculata neavei Bethune-Baker, 1926
Telipna neavei Bethune-Baker, 1926. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 17: 386 (384-402).

Type locality: Uganda: “Budongo Forest, Unyoro”. Lectotype: female, Budongo Forest, Unyoro, 3400 ft, 11-15 XII 1911 (Neave). Paralectotype: male, Budongo Forest, Unyoro, 3400 ft, 11-15 XII 1911 (Neave). Lectotype and paralectotype in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda (west).

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Lowa Valley (Libert, 2005); Paulis (Libert, 2005); Mambasa (Libert, 2005); Beni (Libert, 2005); Mount Hoyo (Libert, 2005); Blukwa (Libert, 2005); PN Albert (Libert, 2005).

Uganda – Budongo Forest (TL); Bwamba (Libert, 2005); Kibale (Libert, 2005).
Telipna citrimaculata victoriae Libert, 2005
Telipna citrimaculata victoriae Libert, 2005. Revision du genre Telipna Aurivillius (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi, Kenya and Lambillionea, Tervuren, Belgium: 50 (pp 1-73).

Type locality: Uganda: “Mpanga Forest, Mpigi, V 1957 (T.H.E. Jackson)”. Allotype: male, Mpanga Forest, Mpigi, X 1959. Holotype female and allotype male in M.H.N.H., Paris.

Distribution: Uganda (south-east).

Specific localities:

Uganda – Mpanga Forest (TL); Kamengo (Libert, 2005); Entebbe (Libert, 2005); Kampala (Libert, 2005); Mabira (Libert, 2005); Mulange (Libert, 2005).

Telipna sheffieldi Bethune-Baker, 1926
Telipna sheffieldi Bethune-Baker, 1926. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 17: 387 (384-402).

Type locality: Uganda: “Durro Forest, Toro, 4000-4500 ft, 25-29 XI 1911 (S.A. Neave)”. Allotype: female, Mpanga Forest, Toro, 4500 ft, 13-23 XI 1911 (S.A. Neave). Holotype male and allotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Uganda.

Specific localities:

Uganda – Durro Forest (TL); Mpanga Forest (Bethune-Baker, 1926); Itwara (Libert, 2005); Kibale (Libert, 2005); Fort Portal (Libert, 2005).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
T. transverstigma group
Telipna transverstigma Druce, 1910
Telipna transverstigma Druce, 1910. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1910: 356 (356-378).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Bitje, Ja river, Cameroons, 2000 ft, wet season (G.L. Bates)”. Neallotype: female, Bitje, Ja River, 2000 ft, X-XI 1912. Holotype male and neallotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo (north), Gabon.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Bitje (Libert, 2005).Mount Messa (Libert, 2005); Kala (Libert, 2005); Ngoekele (Libert, 2005); Nkoltsam (Libert, 2005); Odza (Libert, 2005); Ototomo (Libert, 2005); Obout (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Lolodorf (Libert, 2005); Efulen (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Kelle (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Koungou (Libert, 2005); PN d’Ivindo (Libert, 2005).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
T. sanguinea group
Telipna sanguinea (Plötz, 1880)
Pentila acraea var. sanguinea Plötz, 1880. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 41: 198 (189-206).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Camerons-Gebirge”. Neotype: male, Mamfe, (British) Cameroon, VII 1956; M.H.N.H., Paris. Neallotype: female, Mamfe, (British) Cameroon, IX 1956; M.H.N.H., Paris.

Distribution: Nigeria, Cameroon, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Angola, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Tanzania.

Common name: Sanguine telipna.

Habitat: Forest.

Habits: Flies along forest streams, in semi-shade. Often rests on tree trunks for long periods, fluttering up when disturbed. Easily confused with day-flying moths of the genus Aletis. Larsen (2005a) regards it as commoner than T. cameroonensis in eastern Nigeria, but states that it is by no means a common butterfly. Females oviposit on lichens on the bark of tree trunks (Van Someren, 1974).

Flight period: Flies during the rainy season (Kielland, 1990).

Early stages:
Jackson, 1937: 206 (Budongo Forest, Uganda; T. sanguinea depuncta).

“There is no apparent difference between the early stages of this and of the preceding species (T. consanguinea) except that the larval hair is here more golden brown and slightly longer.”


Larval food:

Lichens [Kielland, 1990: 171].


Telipna sanguinea sanguinea (Plötz, 1880)
Pentila acraea var. sanguinea Plötz, 1880. Stettiner Entomologische Zeitung 41: 198 (189-206).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Camerons-Gebirge”.

Distribution: Nigeria (east), Cameroon, Congo (north), Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Angola, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Nigeria – Oban Hills of the Cross River loop (Larsen, 2005a); Butatong, Okwangwo (Larsen, 2005a); Mamu (Libert, 2005); Awka (Libert, 2005); Ikom (Libert, 2005); Calabar (Libert, 2005).

Cameroon – Mamfe (Libert, 2005); Malap (Libert, 2005); Foumban (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005); Goyoum (Libert, 2005)

Congo – Ouesso (Libert, 2005); Souanke (Libert, 2005); Sembe (Libert, 2005); Odzala (Libert, 2005); Kelle (Libert, 2005); Etoumbi (Libert, 2005).

Equatorial Guinea – Alen (Libert, 2005); Bioko (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Fougamou (Libert, 2005); Ipassa (Libert, 2005); Lake Asebbe (Libert, 2005); Lambarene (Libert, 2005); Libreville (Libert, 2005); Njole (Libert, 2005); Tchibanga (Libert, 2005).

Angola – Quango (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005); Moloukou (Libert, 2005); Mbaiki (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Lukolela (Libert, 2005); Kasai (Libert, 2005); Kapanga (Libert, 2005); Beni (Libert, 2005); Mount Hoyo (Libert, 2005).
anneckei Dewitz, 1886: 427 (as sp. of Liptena). [No reference in Ackery, 1995 for 1886.] Democratic Republic of Congo: “Mukenge”. Type in Z.M.H.U.
bistrigata Aurivillius, 1925 (as var. of Telipna sanguinea). Archiv för Zoologi 17 (A) (32): 7 (20 pp.). Democratic Republic of Congo?: “Nördlich vom Edward See”. Type in Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm.
mariae Dufrane, 1945 (as sp. of Telipna). Bulletin et Annales de la Société Royale Entomologique de Belgique 81: 112 (90-143). Democratic Republic of Congo: “Kamituga”. Type in I.R.S.N.B., Brussels.
Telipna sanguinea depuncta Talbot, 1937
Telipna sanguinea depuncta Talbot, 1937. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London 86: 59 (59-72).

Type locality: Uganda: “Lectotype: male, Tero Forest, S.E. Buddu, 3800 ft, 26-30 IX 1911 (S.A. Neave)”. Paralectotype: female, Mpanga Forest, Toro, 4800 ft, 13-23 XI 1911 (S.A. Neave). Lectotype and paralectotype in N.H.M., London.

Diagnosis: Differs from the nominate subspecies in the paler ground-colour and from ssp. kigoma, in the hindwing upperside, where the black marginal band is much narrower (Congdon & Collins, 1998).

Distribution: Uganda, Tanzania (north-west).

Specific localities:

Uganda – Tero Forest (TL); Budongo Forest (Jackson, 1937); Malabigambo Forest, Katera (Jackson, 1937); Mapanga Forest (Libert, 2005); Sesse Island (Libert, 2005); Bwamba (Libert, 2005); Kalinzu (Libert, 2005).

Tanzania – Minziro Forest; Kikuru Forest (Congdon & Collins, 1998).

Telipna kigoma Kielland, 1978
Telipna sanguinea kigoma Kielland, 1978. Tijdschrift voor Entomologie 121: 193 (147-237).

Telipna kigoma Kielland, 1978. Libert, 2005: 54, n. stat.

Type locality: Tanzania: “Kigoma, Lubalizi, 6 III 1970 (J. Kielland)”. Allotype: female, Lubalizi, 11 III 1970 (J. Kielland). Holotype male and allotype female in N.M.K., Nairobi.

Distribution: Tanzania (Mpanda and Kigoma regions - riverine forest).

Specific localities:

Tanzania – Lubalizi River (TL; Kielland, 1990); Luntampa Forest (Kielland, 1990); Ntakatta Forest (Kielland, 1990); Mogombazi River (Kielland, 1990); Kefu Forest (Kielland, 1990); Mihumu Forest (Kielland, 1990); Kasye (Libert, 2005); Wanzizi (Libert, 2005).

Habits: Telipna kigoma is very localized and rare (Kielland, 1990).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Telipna consanguinea Rebel, 1914
Telipna consanguinea Rebel, 1914. Annalen des (K.K.) Naturhistorischen Museums. Wien 28: 262 (219-294).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Beni, X 1910 (Grauer)”. Neallotype: female, Pauli, Uele, Democratic Republic of Congo, 24 Xii 1956 (M. Fontaine). Holotype male in Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna. Neallotype female in M.R.A.C., Tervuren.

Distribution: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Tanzania.

Habitat: Forest.

Habits: Females oviposit on lichens on the bark of tree trunks (Van Someren, 1974).

Early stages:
Jackson, 1937: 205. (Budongo Forest, Uganda).

Larva sparsely clothed with long brown hair and indistinguishable from that of a moth. Broader anteriorly with a fine dark dorsal line and small black collar. Laterals sharply scalloped, carrying tufts of short spiny hair, as well as the longer hair mentioned above. Colour greenish or bluish brown with fine darker lines. Anal segments black, like the collar. Spiracles small and greenish; below them a row of minute white dots. Head small and pale brown. Length 30 mm. Pupa placed with the extremity, surrounded by the larval skin, fixed to the trunk of a tree, standing out from it at an angle of 45 degrees. Spiny, the spines being arranged in rows of rosettes laterally, ventrally and dorsally. Thorax sharply domed, the two sides of the dome bearing large oval spots, so highly polished as to resemble obsidian. Seen at certain angles they glitter and sparkle like eyes and at others suggest large holes in the thorax. Head-case broad and carried well in front. Colour brown; wing-cases shiny; without spines. Pupa with no external protection and, except that it is usually placed in a dark place behind a creeper, there is no attempt at concealment. Length 16 mm.
Larval food:

Lichens and mosses on the bark of trees, not among ants [Jackson, 1937: 205 (Budongo Forest, Uganda)].


Telipna consanguinea consanguinea Rebel, 1914
Telipna consanguinea Rebel, 1914. Annalen des (K.K.) Naturhistorischen Museums. Wien 28: 262 (219-294).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Beni”.

Distribution: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Moloundu (Schultze, 1923); Malen (Schultze, 1923); Yokaduma (Schultze, 1923); Ouesso (Schultze, 1923); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Metet (Libert, 2005); Batouri (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005); Boukoko (Libert, 2005); Mbaiki (Libert, 2005); Nole (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Beni (TL); Paulis (Libert, 2005); Mbandaka (Libert, 2005); Katakoli (Libert, 2005); Kafakumba (Libert, 2005); Walikali (Libert, 2005).

Uganda – Bwamba (Libert, 2005).
exstincta Schultze, 1923 in Schultze and Aurivillius, 1923 (as ab. of Telipna consanguinea). Ergebnisse der Zweiten Deutschen Zentral-Afrika Expedition 1(17): 1150 (1113-1242). Congo: “Franz. Kongo: Ouesso”. Type in the Hamburg Museum.
Telipna consanguinea ugandae Behune-Baker, 1926
Telipna erica f. ugandae Bethune-Baker, 1926. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 17: 388 (384-402).

Type locality: Uganda: “Toro; Mulange”. Lectotype: male, Daro Forest, Toro, 4500-5000 ft, 25-29 X 1911 (S.A.Neave). Paralectotype: female, Entebbe, 12-20 I 1912 (S.A. Neave). Lectotype male and paralectotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Uganda (except Bwamba), Tanzania.

Specific localities:

Uganda – Mulange (= Malange?) (TL); Daro Forest (Neave teste Libert, 2005); Entebbe (Neave teste Libert, 2005); Budongo (Libert, 2005); Itwara (Libert, 2005); Kitale (Libert, 2005); Toro (Libert, 2005); Kamengo (Libert, 2005); Bugalla Island (Libert, 2005); Kisubi (Libert, 2005); Jinja (Libert, 2005); Buvuma Island (Libert, 2005); Bunyenvu Forest (Libert, 2005).

Tanzania – Mwanza (Libert, 2005).

Telipna erica Suffert, 1904
Telipna erica Suffert, 1904. Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, Iris 17: 41 (12-107).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Camerun, Barombi Station (S. Preuss)”. Neallotype: male, Bitye, Ja River, 2000 ft, Cameroon (G.L. Bates). Holotype female in Z.M.H.U., Berlin. Neallotype male in N.H.N., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Barombi Station (TL); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Kribi (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Mount Eloumden (Libert, 2005); Mount Messa (Libert, 2005); Mount Ngoekele (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Lolodorf (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Oyem? (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Lukolela (Libert, 2005); Mbandaka (Libert, 2005); Eala (Libert, 2005); Flandria (Libert, 2005); Lake Tumba (Libert, 2005); Katako-Kombe (Libert, 2005); Lusambo (Libert, 2005); Kisangani (Libert, 2005).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
nigra Suffert, 1904 (as ssp. of Telipna acraea). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, Iris 17: 42 (12-107). Cameroon: “Nordwest-Camerun”.

Telipna nyanza Neave, 1904
Telipna nyanza Neave, 1904. Novitates Zoologicae 11: 335 (323-363).

Type locality: Uganda: “Entebbe, 4000 ft, 10 IV 1903 (C.A. Wiggins)”. Neallotype: male, Entebbe. Holotype female in O.U.M.N.H., Oxford. Neallotype male in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia, Angola.

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
Telipna nyanza nyanza Neave, 1904
Telipna nyanza Neave, 1904. Novitates Zoologicae 11: 335 (323-363).

Type locality: Uganda: “Entebbe”.

Distribution: Uganda.

Specific localities:

Uganda – Entebbe (TL); Kayonza (Libert, 2005); Budongo (Libert, 2005); Mbale (Libert, 2005); Mpigi (Libert, 2005); Jinja (Libert, 2005).
Telipna nyanza katangae Stempffer, 1961
Telipna ruspinoides katangae Stempffer, 1961. Annales du Musée Royal de l’Afrique Centrale (8) 94: 9 (73 pp.).

Telipna nyanza katangae Stempffer, 1961. Libert, 2005: 62, n. stat.

Telipna nyanza katangae. Male. Left – upperside; right – underside. Wingspan: ?mm. Zambezi Bridge, Ikelenge, Zambia. 10/III/77. A. Heath (From a photograph of a specimen donated to the Natural History Museum, London).
Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Congo, Kapanga, II 1936 (F.G. Overlaet)”. Allotype: female, Kapanga, X 1935 (F.G. Overlaet). Holotype male and allotype female in M.R.A.C., Tervuren, Belgium.

Distribution: Cameroon (east), Congo, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Zambia, Angola.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Goyoum (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Etoumbi (Libert, 2005); Kelle (Libert, 2005); Mambili (Libert, 2005); Ngo (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005); Moloukou (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Kapanga (TL); Luali (Libert, 2005); Mayombe (Libert, 2005); Kinshasa (Libert, 2005); Bombo-Lumene (Libert, 2005); Upper Kasai (Libert, 2005); Kafakumba (Libert, 2005); Kungulu (Libert, 2005); Lupweshi (Libert, 2005); Sandoa (Libert, 2005); Paulis (Libert, 2005); Beni (Libert, 2005); Mount Hoyo (Libert, 2005).

Uganda – Bwamba (Libert, 2005).

Zambia – Ikelenge (Heath et al., 2002; Libert, 2005).

Angola – Zambezi-Congo divide (Libert, 2005).

Telipna ruspinoides Schultze, 1923
Telipna ruspinoides Schultze, 1923 in Schultze and Aurivillius, 1923. Ergebnisse der Zweiten Deutschen Zentral-Afrika Expedition 1 (17): 1151 (1113-1242).
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