Capila pennicillatum

Capila pennicillatum

Taxobox | name = Fringed Dawnfly
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regnum = Animalia
phylum = Arthropoda
classis = Insecta
ordo = Lepidoptera
familia = Hesperiidae
subfamilia = Pyrginae
genus = "Capila"
species = "C. pennicillatum"
binomial = "Capila pennicillatum"
binomial_authority = (De Nicéville, 1893)Card for [ "Capila pennicillatum"] in LepIndex. Accessed 04 November2007.]
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"Capila pennicillatum", commonly known as Fringed Dawnfly,TOL web page on [ genus "Capila"] ] Marrku Savela's Website on Lepidoptera Page on genus [ "Capila"] .] is a species of hesperid butterfly found in India and Southeast Asia.


The butterfly occurs in India from Meghalaya (Khasi hills) eastwards to Canton, North Vietnam and Hainan.Evans,W.H.(1932) The Identification of Indian Butterflies, ser no I 8.3, pp 323.]

The type locality is Khasi hills.


Very Rare.

Cited references

ee also

*List of butterflies of India (Pyrginae)
*List of butterflies of India (Hesperiidae)


*aut|Evans, W.H. (1932) "The Identification of Indian Butterflies". 2nd Ed, (i to x, pp454, Plates I to XXXII), Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, India.
*aut|Watson, E. Y. (1891) "Hesperiidae indicae: being a reprint of descriptions of the Hesperiidae of India, Burma, and Ceylon.". Vest and Co. Madras.Online
*aut|Beccaloni, G. W., aut|Scoble, M. J., aut|Robinson, G. S. & aut|Pitkin, B. (Editors). 2003. The Global Lepidoptera Names Index (LepIndex). World Wide Web electronic publication. [] (accessed 22 September 2007).
*aut|Brower, Andrew V. Z. (2007). Capila Moore 1866. Version 04 March 2007 (under construction). in The Tree of Life Web Project,
*aut|Savela, Marrku Website on Lepidoptera [] (accessed 22 September 2007)

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