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Pyrgus sidae

Alexandre Danchenko

2020-03-18

Pyrgus sidae
Pyrgus sidae
Pyrgus sidae
Pyrgus sidae
Accepted name: Pyrgus sidae (Esper, 1784)
Synonyms: Papilio sidae Esper, 1784 = Hesperia alboradiata Bubacek, 1926 = Hesperia hafneri Stauder, 1911 = Hesperia occidentalis Verity, 1919 = Hesperia reducta Warren, 1920
Taxonomic rank: Species



Pyrgus sidae is recorded at 8 localities:

Borjomi, (lat: 41.83887, lon: 43.390453, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Kojori, (lat: 41.660144, lon: 44.708403, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Motsmao, (lat: 42.433523, lon: 44.933022, precision: 100-500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Uraveli, (lat: 41.558564, lon: 43.078129, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Shuapkho, (lat: 42.416764, lon: 44.995213, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Adigeni, (lat: 41.676249, lon: 42.710268, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Khando, (lat: 41.491546, lon: 43.403716, precision: >500m), Comment: Didmanidze, E., 2004,  Gori, (lat: 41.985681, lon: 44.109946, precision: >500m), Comment: personal observation by N. Bulbulashvili,  




Reference for occurrence in Georgia: Didmanidze, E., 2004. Annotated list of diurnal butterflies (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) of Georgia and adjacent territory from Southern Caucasus.Proceedings of the Institute of Zoology (Tbilisi, Georgia) Vol. XXII: 197-226
Citation: , Alexandre Danchenko, 2020-03-18. [http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/index.php?taxon=Pyrgus sidae]. .Pyrgus sidae. in: Tarkhnishvili D, Chaladze G (Editors). 2013. Georgian biodiversity database. http://www.biodiversity-georgia.net/. Downloaded on: 15 October 2021