Tribe liptenini subtribe pentilina




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Type locality: Cameroon: “Süd-Kamerun: Owöngi Kom-Fälle”. Neotype: male, Bitje, Cameroon, dry season (G.L. Bates). Neallotype: female, Moyen Congo, II 1959 (T.H.E. Jackson). Neotype male and Neallotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Nigeria (south-east), Cameroon (south), Congo, Gabon, Central African Republic.

Specific localities:

Nigeria – Cross River loop (Larsen, 2005a); Butatong, Okwangwo (Larsen, 2005a); Calabar (Libert, 2005).

Cameroon – Owongi Kom-Falle (TL); Korup (Lees, 1989); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Bipindi (Libert, 2005); Dikola (Libert, 2005); Ndjock (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Zamakoe (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Dja (Libert, 2005); Akoafim (Libert, 2005); Lolodorf (Libert, 2005); Metet (Libert, 2005); Moloundou (Libert, 2005); Owong (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Etoumbi (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Ipassa (Libert, 2005); PN d’Ivondo (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Boukoko (Libert, 2005).

Common name: Ruspinoid telipna.

Habitat: Forest.

Habits: A scarce species (Larsen, 2005a). Found sympatrically at Butatong, Okwangwo with T. sanguinea (Larsen, 2005a).

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Genus Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker, 1914
Transactions of the Entomological Society of London 1914: 319 (314-337).

Type-species: Pentila kirbyi Aurivillius, by subsequent designation (Opinion 814, 1967. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 24: 145-146.).


A purely Afrotropical genus containing 62 species. Most recently comprehensively revised by Libert in 2005.
The taxon Ornipholidotos muhata (Dewitz, 1887), described as Pentila muhata Dewitz, 1887. (Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 30: 428)), is regarded by Libert (2005: 29) as a nomen dubium. Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Mukenge”.
O. kirbyi supergroup
O. kirbyi group
Ornipholidotos kirbyi (Aurivillius. 1895)
Pentila kirbyi Aurivillius, 1895. Entomologisk Tidskrift 16: 198 (195-220, 255-268).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Bonge, 7 XI 1911 (Sjoestedt)” Genitalia Libert 03-446. Neallotype: male, Johan Albrechts Höhe Station, Cameroon, 1898 (L. Conradt); genitalia Libert 03-648. Holotype female in Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm. Neallotype male in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Nigeria, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo.

Recorded, in error, from Tanzania by Congdon & Collins (1998).



Nigeria – Abakaliki (Libert, 2005); Ikom (Libert, 2005); Awka-Mamu Forest (Libert, 2005); Obubra (Libert, 2005); Obudu (Libert, 2005).

Cameroon – Bonge (TL); Johan Albrechts Höhe Station (Libert, 2005); Mamfe (Libert, 2005); Kumba (Libert, 2005); Campo (Libert, 2005); Boga (Libert, 2005); Bonepoupa (Libert, 2005); Dikola (Libert, 2005); Lolodorf (Libert, 2005); Bule country (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005); Ndoupe (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Mbalmayo (Libert, 2005); Nlong (Libert, 2005); Ototomo (Libert, 2005); Sangha (Libert, 2005).

Equatorial Guinea – Benito (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – PN d’Ivindo (Libert, 2005); Kangwe (Libert, 2005); Lake Asebbe (Libert, 2005); Lake Azingo (Libert, 2005); Mboumie (Libert, 2005); Ogowe (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Kuilu (Libert, 2005).

Specific localities:

Habitat: Dense forest.

Habits:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
fumosa Schultze, 1923 in Schultze and Aurivillius, 1923 (as ab. of Pentila kirbyi). Ergebnisse der Zweiten Deutschen Zentral-Afrika Expedition 1(17): 1160 (1113-1242). Cameroon: “Süd-Kamerun: N’Kololoma (Randgebirge)”.
camerunensis Stempffer, 1964 (as sp. of Ornipholidotos). Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire (A) 26: 1227 (1226-1287). Type locality: Cameroon: “Johann Albrechts Höhe”. Holotype male in N.H.M., London. Allotype female in M.H.N.H., Paris (genitalia Libert 103-612). Synonymized with O. kirbyi by Libert, 2005: 33.

Ornipholidotos maesseni Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos maesseni Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 35 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Ghana: “Likpe, 24 I 1977 (Th. Maessen); genitalia Libert 02-215”. Allotype: female, Likpe, Ghana, 20 XI 1968 (Th. Maessen); genitalia Libert 03-003. Holotype male and allotype female in the Allyn Museum, Sarasota, Florida, USA.

Distribution: Ghana, Nigeria.

Specific localities:

Ghana – Likpe (TL); Amedzofe (Libert, 2005); Draw River (Libert, 2005).

Nigeria – Oni (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos boormani Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos boormani Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 36 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Nigeria: “Lagos, IV 1960 (J. Boorman); genitalia Libert 00-332”. Holotype male in A.B.R.I., Nairobi.

Distribution: Nigeria.

Specific localities:

Nigeria – Lagos (Libert, 2005); Oshodi (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
O. ugandae complex
Ornipholidotos ugandae Stempffer, 1947
Ornipholidotos ugandae Stempffer, 1947. Revue de Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines 40: 170 (165-174).

Type locality: Uganda: “Ouganda: Malabigamba Forest, Katera, X 1938-II 1939 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Stempffer 1542”. Neallotype: female, Katera, Sango Bay, Uganda, V 1956 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Libert 03-092. Holotype male and neallotype female in M.H.N.H., Paris.

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

Habitat: Forest.

Habits: Flies feebly, a few metres above the ground, in the shade of tall trees (Congdon and Collins, 1998).

Early stages:
Jackson, 1937: 206. (Budongo Forest, Uganda; as Pentila muhata). O. muhata is now regarded to be a nomen dubium by Libert (2005:29). The early stages described below could therefore be those of any one of a number of Ugandan Ornipholidotos species.

Larva. Shape like that of a silver-fish (Thysanura), being broadly rounded anteriorly and tapering to a sharply pointed posterior extremity. Each segment carries three or four black spines. Dorsum irregularly rounded and head protected by a collar from which it is never extruded even when feeding. In colour green, grey and black exactly resembling the lichen on the tree. Length 15 mm. Pupa. Spiny as in the larva but here the spines are single and whitish and arranged in rows of five across each segment. Head case black with prominent white eye spots. Thorax small, but elevated, and beyond it a depression, and up to this point the colour is light brown. Thereafter the abdominal segments are on a higher level, roughly rounded and broader, coloured pale green. The larval skin is placed around the extremity in a small, bunched up , spiny circle. Wing-cases jet black. Placed in a horizontal, arched position on the bark. Length 8 mm.
Larval food:

Lichens, preferring the smaller varieties on dead twigs and fallen logs [Jackson, 1937: 206].


Ornipholidotos ugandae ugandae Stempffer, 1947
Ornipholidotos ugandae Stempffer, 1947. Revue de Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines 40: 170 (165-174).

Type locality: Uganda: “Ouganda: Malabigamba Forest, Katera, X 1938-II 1939 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Stempffer 1542”. Neallotype: female, Katera, Sango Bay, Uganda, V 1956 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Libert 03-092. Holotype male and neallotype female in M.H.N.H., Paris.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo (north-east), Uganda, Tanzania (north-west).

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Beni (Libert, 2005); Mount Hoyo (Libert, 2005).

Uganda – Malabigamba Forest (TL); Sango Bay (Libert, 2005); Budongo (Libert, 2005); Bugalla Island (Libert, 2005); Buvuma Island (Libert, 2005); Bwamba (Libert, 2005); Kagera-Buddo (Libert, 2005); Itwara (Libert, 2005); Kalinzu (Libert, 2005); Kayonza (Libert, 2005); Mpanga (Libert, 2005); Toro (Libert, 2005); Entebbe (Libert, 2005).

Tanzania – Minziro Forest (Congdon & Collins, 1998); Kikuru (Libert, 2005).
Ornipholidotos ugandae goodi Libert, 2000
Ornipholidotos goodi Libert, 2000. Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 105 (5): 456 (433-466).

Ornipholidotos ugandae goodi Libert, 2000. Libert, 2005: 38, n. stat.

Type locality: Cameroon: “Ebogo, Zamaoke, 28 II 1984 (M. Libert); genitalia Libert 99-385”. Holotype male in M.H.N.H., Paris.

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

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Mount Febe (Libert, 2005); Meyo Messi (Libert, 2005); Moloundou (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Brazzaville (Libert, 2005); Etoumbi (Libert, 2005); Ketta (Libert, 2005); Odzala (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Lake Asebbe (Libert, 2005); Bateke N.P. (Libert, 2005).

Angola – Canhoca (Libert, 2005).

Central African Republic – Bangui (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Kinshasa (Libert, 2005); Lukolela (Libert, 2005); Eala (Libert, 2005); Kuma (Libert, 2005); Katako-Kombe (Libert, 2005); Kapanga (Libert, 2005); Kibombo (Libert, 2005); Basankusu (Libert, 2005).
Ornipholidotos ugandae biokoensis Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos ugandae biokoensis Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 40 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Equatorial Guinea: “Santa Isabel, Fernando Poo, 5 IX 1916 (G. Tessman); genitalia Libert 02-280. Holotype male in Z.M.H.U., Berlin. Known only from the male holotype.

Distribution: Equatorial Guinea.

Specific localities:

Equatorial Guinea – Santa Isabel (Libert, 2005).

Ornipholidotos bitjeensis Stempffer, 1957
Ornipholidotos bitjeensis Stempffer, 1957. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire (A) 19 (1): 209 (209-227).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Bitje Ja River, 1915; genitalia Stempffer 4336”. Holotype male in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Gabon, Congo.

Recorded, in error, from Nigeria (Larsen, 2005a).



Specific localities:

Cameroon – Bitje (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Kribi (Libert, 2005); Campo (Libert, 2005); Bango (Libert, 2005); Ebodje (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005); Metet (Libert, 2005); Moloundou (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Abanga River (Libert, 2005); Mboumie (Libert, 2005).

Congo – single female with no locality (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
O. gabonensis complex
Ornipholidotos gabonensis Stempffer, 1947
Ornipholidotos gabonensis Stempffer, 1947. Revue de Zoologie et de Botanique Africaines 40: 169 (165-174).

Type locality: Gabon: “Tchibanga (H. Stempffer); genitalia Stempffer 2624”. Neallotype: female, Landana, Angola (Cabinda); genitalia Libert 00-340. Holotype male in the M.H.N.H., Paris and neallotype female in the N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Gabon, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola.

Specific localities:

Gabon – Tchibanga (TL); Ogowe? (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Kuilu (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – Kinshasa (Libert, 2005); Zongo (Libert, 2005).

Angola – Landana (Libert, 2005); Canhoca (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos tessmani Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos tessmani Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 43 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Equatorial Guinea: “Santa Isabel, Fernando Poo, 5 IX 1916 (G. Tessman); genitalia Libert 02-281. Allotype: female, Santa Isabel, Fernando Poo, 5 IX 1916 (G. Tessman); genitalia Libert 03-079. Holotype male and allotype female in Z.M.H.U., Berlin.

Distribution: Equatorial Guinea (Bioko Island).

Specific localities:

Equatorial Guinea – Santa Isabel (TL).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos teroensis Stempffer, 1957
Ornipholidotos teroensis Stempffer, 1957. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire (A) 19 (1): 211 (209-227).

Type locality: Uganda: “”. Neallotype: female, Tero Forest, S.E. Budda, 3800 ft, Ouganda, 26-30 IX 1911 (S.A. Neave); genitalia Libert 03-559. Holotype male and neallotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Uganda (south), Tanzania (north-west).

Specific localities:

Uganda – Tero Forest (TL); Kalinzu (Libert, 2005); Mawakota (Libert, 2005); Katera (Libert, 2005).

Tanzania – Minziro Forest (common); Munene Forest (rare) (Congdon & Collins, 1998); Ndumbe Gorge (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos ginettae Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos ginettae Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 45 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Biakatu, 1050 m, Province Orientale, I 2002 (R. Ducarme); genitalia Libert 03-244. Allotype: female, Biakatu, 1050 m, Province Orientale, 29 I 2005 (R. Ducarme); genitalia Libert 05-502. Holotype male and allotype female in M.R.A.C., Tervuren, Belgium.

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

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Biakatu (TL); Mapimbi (Libert, 2005); Bucha-Teturi (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos abriana Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos abriana Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 46 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Central African Republic: “Botambi (Bangui), XI 1997 (S.C. Collins); genitalia Libert 03-006. Allotype: male, Yakoli, Central African Republic, II 1997 (S.C. Collins); genitalia Libert 02-263. Holotype female and allotype male in A.B.R.I., Nairobi.

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

Specific localities:

Central African Republic – Botambi (TL); Yombo (Libert, 2005); Yakoli (Libert, 2005).

Democratic Republic of Congo – 100 km SW of Kisangani (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos jolyana Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos jolyana Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 47 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Monkoto, Tshuapa River, 400 m, 15 X 1991 (E. Joly); genitalia Libert 03-193. Holotype female in M.R.A.C., Tervuren, Belgium.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo.

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Monkoto (TL); Lukolela (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos bakotae Stempffer, 1962
Ornipholidotos bakotae Stempffer, 1962. Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Afrique Noire (A) 24 (4): 1137 (1135-1181).

Type locality: Congo: “république du Congo ex francais: Ouesso, forêt de Ketta, X 1959 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Stempffer 5440”. Neallotyoe: female, Mount Mengale (Lolodorf), Cameroon, XI 1993 (S.C. Collins); genitalia Libert 04-273. Holotype male in N.H.M., London and neallotype female in A.B.R.I., Nairobi.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo, Gabon.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Mount Mengale (Lolodorf) (Libert, 2005); Dang (Libert, 2005); Bertoua (Libert, 2005); Mount Kala (Libert, 2005); Mount Nkoltsam (Libert, 2005); Mount Nkolbisson (Libert, 2005); Mount Ngoekele (Libert, 2005); Yaounde (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Mbankomo (Libert, 2005); Mayos (Libert, 2005); Nlong (Libert, 2005); Obout (Libert, 2005); Ototomo (Libert, 2005); Zamakoe (Libert, 2005); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Nyazanga (Libert, 2005); Sangmelima (Libert, 2005); Maan (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Ketta Forest (TL); Kelle (Libert, 2005); Sembe (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Mboko Forest (Libert, 2005); Lope Reserve (Libert, 2005).

Common name: Tiny glasswing.

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos ayissii Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos ayissii Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 50 (pp. 163).

Type locality: Cameroon: “Maan, XI 2003 (ABRI coll.); genitalia Libert 04-301. Allotype: female, Maan, XI 2003 (ABRI coll.); genitalia Libert 04-299. Holotype male and allotype female in A.B.R.I., Nairobi.

Distribution: Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Maan (TL); Mount Febe (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Ototoma (Libert, 2005); Zamakoe (Libert, 2005); Bitje (Libert, 2005); Meyo Messi (Libert, 2005); Sangmelima (Libert, 2005); Moloundou (Libert, 2005).

Equatorial Guinea – Benito (Libert, 2005).

Gabon – Lope (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.
Indeterminate species
Ornipholidotos tiassale Stempffer, 1969
Ornipholidotos tiassale Stempffer, 1969. Bulletin de l’Institut Fondamental de l’Afrique Noire (A) 31 (3): 928 (927-950).

Type locality: Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast: “Côte d’Ivoire, Tiassalé, 5 X 1965 (B.K. Watulege); genitalia Stempffer 6104”. Allotype: female, Côte d’Ivoire, Tiassalé, VIII 1965 (B.K. Watulege). Holotype male and allotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Ghana.

Specific localities:

Sierra Leone – Fundu (Libert, 2000); Moyamba (Larsen, 2005a); Fula Wusu (Libert, 2005); Mabang (Libert, 2005).

Liberia – Kpaine (Libert, 2005).

Ivory Coast – Tiassale (TL); Banco (Larsen, 2005a); Yeale (Larsen, 2005a); Abengourou (Libert, 2005); Yapo (Libert, 2005).

Ghana – Kakum (Larsen, 2005a); Ankasa (Larsen, 2005a); Bia National Park (Larsen, 2005a); Prah-Suhien (Larsen, 2005a); Kibi (Larsen, 2005a); Bagoro (Libert, 2005); Tano Ofin (Libert, 2005); Apemedi (Libert, 2005); Bonkro (Libert, 2005); Cape Three Points (Libert, 2005).

Common name: Western glasswing.

Habitat:

Habits: Probably the commonest species of the genus in West Africa (Larsen, 2005a). Specimens have been seen feeding on extrafloral nectaries on Marantaceae (Larsen, 2005a).

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos etoumbi Stempffer, 1967
Ornipholidotos etoumbi Stempffer, 1967. Bulletin de l’Institut Fondamental de l’Afrique Noire (A) 29 (3): 986 (978-1000).

Type locality: Congo: “République du Congo, Etoumbi, X 1960 (T.H.E. Jackson); genitalia Stempffer 5868”. Allotype: female, République du Congo, Etoumbi, X 1960 (T.H.E. Jackson). Holotype male and allotype female in N.H.M., London.

Distribution: Cameroon, Congo.

Specific localities:

Cameroon – Bitje (Libert, 2005); Ebogo (Libert, 2005); Metet (Libert, 2005); Samgmelima (Libert, 2005); Zamakoe (Libert, 2005).

Congo – Etoumbi (TL).

Habitat:

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos kivu Collins & Larsen, 2000
Ornipholidotos kivu Collins & Larsen, 2000. Metamorphosis 11 (2): 60 (57-75).

Type locality: Democratic Republic of Congo: “Zaïre, Kivu, Beni, 20 XI 1991 (R. Ducarme leg., coll. African Butterfly Research Institute).” Genitalia ABRI, SCC 266.

Distribution: Democratic Republic of Congo (Kivu). Known only from male.

Specific localities:

Democratic Republic of Congo – Beni (TL); Kashungo, 70 km south od Beni (Libert, 2005).

Habitat: Forest.

Flight period: Recorded in November.

Early stages: Nothing published.

Larval food: Nothing published.

Ornipholidotos francisci Libert, 2005
Ornipholidotos francisci Libert, 2005. Revision des genres Ornipholidotos Bethune-Baker et Torbenia Libert (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). A.B.R.I., Nairobi and Lambillionea, Tervuren 56 (pp. 163).
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