species i/d

Roger C. KENDRICK kendrick at hkusua.hku.hk
Sat Sep 13 00:05:57 EDT 1997


Earlier on I wrote:
> Could do with a little info, such as location, time and date of capture,
> please.
I found my browser had not loaded the picture completely, so missed the
data at the bottom.

With the data info., and checking the only European source I have in
Hong Kong (the rest of my books are in the U.K. still), try out the
following leads form Novak (1980):-

	nr 2:  + Psodos quadrifaria ; (Sulz.)  Geometridae: Ennominae
	nr 1:  + Psodos ; sp.
	nr 4:  + Psodos ; sp. ? + alpinata ; (Sc.)
	nr 3:  possibly + Lycia ; species (Geometridae: Ennominae)

Novak I., 1980. "A Field Guide in Colour to Butterflies and Moths".
Octopus Books, London.
(originally published in Czech,  ) 1980 Artia, Prague).

You could also look in Chinery M. 199?. "Collins Field Guide to
Butterflies and Day-flying Moths of Britain and (?) Western Europe) -
this has a more detailed section on + Psodos ; species.


PhD student & Demonstrator, Dept of Ecology & Biodiversity
The University of Hong Kong
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