Timochares trifasciata

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Timochares trifasciata
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T. trifasciata
Binomial name
Timochares trifasciata
(Hewitson, 1868) [1]
Synonyms
  • Leucochitonea trifasciataHewitson, 1868
  • Antigonus trifasciatus
  • Nisoniades hemulaHerrich-Schäffer
  • Nisoniades hemulaGodman & Salvin, [1896]

Timochares trifasciata, the many-banded skipper, is a butterfly in the family Hesperiidae. It is found from eastern and western Mexico to southern Brazil, Paraguay [2] and Argentina.

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References

  1. Timochares at funet.fi
  2. Timochares trifasciata trifasciata at Butterflies of America