Atlas of African Lepidoptera

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LepiMAP:   650
Province:   Mpumalanga
Country:   South Africa
Locus:   2530BA
Observer:   de Swardt D.
Date of record:   2007-12-17
Number of photos:   2
Notes:   flying over moist grassland, feeding on grass infloresences and other flowers (13:50). Sunny day
Last updated:   2020-03-31 18:23:30
Sp. code:   419770
Species name:   Pseudonympha sp.
Common name:  
Family:   NYMPHALIDAE
Record status:   ACCEPTED
Collector's species id:  
Institution:   ADU-UCT
Record URL:   https://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=LepiMAP-650
Links:   • Locus: Summary | Records       • Species: Records | Distribution map
VM-number: 650 - photo: 1
VM-number: 650 - photo: 2

Comments by the Expert Panel on this record:

Comment number:   1
By:   Steve Woodhall
Comment:   Would be good to have the underside.
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:  
Species code:   0
Comment number:   2
By:   Graham Henning
Comment:  
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:   Pseudonympha varii -- Mountain marsh brown; Moeras bruintjie
Species code:   419990
Comment number:   3
By:   Steve Woodhall
Comment:   Hmmm... could also be swanepoeli (Whisky Spruit population)???
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:  
Species code:   0
Comment number:   4
By:   Andre Coetzer
Comment:   Unsure! The underside is required for an accurate ID.
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:   Pseudonympha magoides -- False silver-bottom brown; Vals towerbruintjie
Species code:   419830
Comment number:   5
By:   Steve Woodhall
Comment:  
Date:   2013-07-06 20:07:30
Species name:   Pseudonympha sp.
Species code:   419770

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