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77a0967 – 4610   Oeneis bore (Schneider, 1792)
Distribution Data for Oeneis bore
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Synonymy: Papilio bore Schneider, 1792
Hipparchia crambis Freyer, [1844]
Papilio Satyrus fortunatus Fabricius, 1793
Papilio Nymphalis norna Quensel, 1791
Oeneis taygete Geyer, [1830]
Chionobas bootes Boisduval, [1834]
Oeneis gaspeensis dos Passos, 1949
Oeneis hanburyi Watkins, 1928
Oeneis mckinleyensis dos Passos, 1949
Oeneis mackinleyensis dos Passos, 1958
Oeneis fordi dos Passos, 1949
Oeneis edwardsi dos Passos, 1949
Taxonomic Notes: Oeneis bore (Schneider, 1792) includes as subspecies O. b. taygete, gaspeensis, hanburyi, mckinleyensis, fordi, and edwardsi in Pelham (2008). This species was formerly listed as Oeneis bore (Esper, 1789) following Heppner (1981), an error corrected in Lamas (2013).
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  • Esper, E.J.C., [1793]. Die Schmetterlinge in Abbildungen nach der Natur mit Beschreibungen. Supplementband. Fortsetzung der europäischen Schmetterlinge. Erster Abschitt, 3-4: 78, 82.
  • Heppner, J.B., 1981. The dates of E. J. C. Esper's Die Schmetterlinge in Abbildungen… 1776-[1830]. Archives of Natural History, 10(2): 251-254.
  • Lamas, G., 2013. Papilio lachesis Hübner, 1790 has priority over Papilio nemausiaca Esper, [1793] (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae, Satyrinae). SHILAP Revista de Lepidopterologia, 41(162): 207-211.
  • Pelham, J.P., 2008. A catalogue of the butterflies of the United States and Canada. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 40: 1-658.
  • Schneider, D.H., 1792. Lappländische Schmetterlinge. Neues Magazin für die Liebhaber der Entomologie, 1(4): 415.
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  • Species Page at the Butterflies of America

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