Atlas of African Lepidoptera

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LepiMAP:   1319
Province:   Free State
Country:   South Africa
Locus:   2829BA
Observer:   Maphisa D.
Date of record:   2008-03-06
Number of photos:   1
Notes:  
Last updated:   2020-03-31 18:23:30
Sp. code:   472120
Species name:   Afrogegenes letterstedti
Common name:   Brown dodger -- Bruin swenker
Family:   HESPERIIDAE
Record status:   ACCEPTED
Collector's species id:  
Institution:   ADU-UCT
Record URL:   https://vmus.adu.org.za/?vm=LepiMAP-1319
Links:   • Locus: Summary | Records       • Species: Records | Distribution map
VM-number: 1319 - photo: 1

Comments by the Expert Panel on this record:

Comment number:   1
By:   Andre Coetzer
Comment:   Either G.niso or G.hottentota
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:   Afrogegenes letterstedti -- Brown dodger; Bruin swenker
Species code:   472120
Comment number:   2
By:   Steve Woodhall
Comment:  
Date:   2009-05-14 15:53:51
Species name:   Afrogegenes letterstedti -- Brown dodger; Bruin swenker
Species code:   472120
Comment number:   3
By:   Steve Woodhall
Comment:   Afrogegenes letterstedti needs reassigning as Afrogegenes sp, Likewise all SABCA Gegenes niso records need to be reassigned as Afrogegenes sp, because unless someone is going to revisit all those collections and examine every Afrogegenes specimen, no-one can say what they are, for sure!
Date:   2017-08-04 10:41:44
Species name:   Afrogegenes sp.
Species code:   472101

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