Apaustus interpunctata Plötz, 1884, specimens are separated by white lines, dorsal (left) and ventral (middle) views, enlarged hindwing venter (right), and labels (around) are shown for each specimen: a. Pseudotype, specimen number 5392 in MfN, Vehilius vetula (Mabille, 1878); b. Illustration of “Callimormus vetula” venter from the plate 189h [6] in Draudt (1921–1924); c. Paralectotype; d. Lectotype; e. Unlabeled specimen in the same column with the types; f. A specimen from Panama, originally from the collection of J. Peter Maassen; current identifications of these specimens are: a, e. Vehilius vetula (Mabille, 1878); b. Callimormus corus E. Bell, 1941; c, d. Eutocus vetulus (Mabille, 1883), and f. Callimormus juventus Scudder, 1872; g, h. Specimens in BMNH suggested looking similar to the original Plotz’s drawing No. 753 of A. interpunctata; i. A section of the Hesperiidae drawer in MfN with specimens identified as A. interpunctata (shown in panels a, c–h); j. Notes by Godman (1907) about the original drawing of A. interpunctata; k. An entry from the MfN collection catalogue for the number 5392. All images are to scale, except enlarged views of hindwing and texts. Gray F in e. indicates that the image is flipped (left-right inverted, left hindwing shown). Photographs g, h. (by Bernard Hermier) 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