Hesperia ulphila Plötz, 1883. a–c. Pseudotype of H. ulphila, specimen number 5426 in MfN, which is Lon monticola (Godman, 1900): a. Dorsal view; b. Ventral view; c. Labels; d–i. Copies of the unpublished Plötz’s drawing of H. ulphila: d–f. Male; g–i. Female; d, g. Cards pinned in the USNM collection drawer with specimens; e, f, h, i. Godman’s copies in the BMNH booklet; e, h. Enlarged drawing to scale with specimen images, captions pasted below; f, i. Segments of pages with the drawings; j. Illustration of H. ulphila from the plate 182f [3, 4] in Draudt (1921–1924), a likely copy of Plötz’s drawing; k. L. monticola from Mexico: Puebla, Hwy 130, Puente Totolapa, ca. 8000 ft, 20°08'N, 98°06'W, 7-Jun-1992, J. Kemner [USNM]; l. Paratrytone snowi from USA: AZ, Coconino Co., San Francisco Mts., 6 km E of Humphreys Peak, 2440 m, 10-Aug-1991, M. Daman, R. Davidson, M. Klingler, W. Zanol, and J. Rawlins [CMNH]. Dorsal and ventral views are shown on the left and right, respectively. All images are to scale, except f, i. Photographs e, f, h, i. (by N.V.G.) are Copyright of the Trustees of the Natural History Museum London and are made available under Creative Commons License 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/).

  Part of: Zhang J, Cong Q, Song L, Shen J, Léger T, Lamas G, Mielke OHH, Grishin NV (2023) Resolving inconsistencies between Plötz’s descriptions and presumed type specimens of some Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift 70(1): 159-174. https://doi.org/10.3897/dez.70.98280