NeposaAndrew V. Z. Brower and Andrew Warren
- Neposa armandoi
- Neposa heras
- Neposa hestia
- Neposa isabelae
IntroductionA small genus of four rare species endemic to Guatemala and Mexico. Neposa hestia is known from a single female specimen, while N. armandoi and N. isabelae are known from just two male specimens, each.
CharacteristicsDistinguished from other genera in the Librita clade by the presence of two androconial brands on male forewings.
Austin GT & Warren AD. 2009. New looks at and for Onespa, Buzyges, and Librita (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Hesperiinae) with new combinations and descriptions of a new genus and six new species. Insecta Mundi 89, 1-55.
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