Sijua neolatizona Whalley, 1971

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FAMILY Thyrididae
SUBFAMILY Thyridinae
GENUS Sijua
SPECIES neolatizona
AUTHORWhalley, 1971
ORIGINAL COMBINATIONSijua neolatizona sp. n.
TYPE LOCALITYCameroon, Ja River, Bitje, 2000 ft, leg. G. L. Bates.
GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATES Latitude: 3°42'0" Longitude: 13°33'0"
TYPE SPECIMEN(S) Holotype ♂, genitalia slide 9951♂, BMNH; Paratypes 7♂, 4♀, BMNH, CMP, RMCA, NMK.
STATUS Species
PUBLICATION Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68.
PAGINATION 161–162; pl. 20, fig. 106; pl. 44, fig. 249; pl. 65, figs. 416, 417

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Species Distribution

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Cameroon   Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 161
Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Katanga Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 162
Côte d'Ivoire   Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 161
Kenya   Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 161
Liberia   Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 161
Uganda   Whalley P. E. S. 1971. The Thyrididae (Lepidoptera) of Africa and its islands. A taxonomic and zoogeographic study. - Bulletin of the British Museum of natural History (Entomology) Suppl. 17:1–198, pls. 1–68. 161

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