Manerebia mycalesoides described in PronophilaAndrew V. Z. Brower
IntroductionThis species occurs in the montane cloud forest understorey of northern Colombia and Venezuela (1400-1800 m). With its submarginal eyespots, it bears a superficial resemblance to members of Euptychiina (or even Mycalesina, as the name implies).
Viloria, A.L., Pyrcz, T.W.,Orellana, A. 2010. A survey of the Neotropical montane butterflies of the subtribe Pronophilina (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae) in the Venezuelan Cordillera de la Costa. Zootaxa 2622: 1-41.
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