Soloe trigutta   Walker 1854

Photograph by: JHH Zwier by courtesy BMNH London
Holotype: Natural History Museum London
   Congo

Photograph by: JHH Zwier by courtesy of CMWM, München
   (Ediki) Cameroon

Photograph by: JHH Zwier by courtesy of CMWM, München
   (Ediki) Cameroon




Wingspan:
 about    mm  ( n = )
 about    mm  ( n = )

Distribution according to the collections mentioned in the chapter
“Museums” and the literature.

- Cameroun: Bitje (BMNH) Ediki (CMWM) Dja river (BMNH), Port Victoria (BMNH)
Congo-Kinshasa: Ashanti (J. Richardson, Walker, 1854) Kakamega forest (RMCA) Upper Kasai (BMNH)
Ghana: Amedzofe (coll. Sinnema) Atewa Hills (coll. Sinnema) Bobiri forest (coll. Sinnema) Bunso (coll. Sinnema) (coll. Tuinstra) Kakum NP. (coll. Tuinstra) Kibi (coll. Tuinstra) Kumasi (coll. Tuinstra)
Guinée:Conakry (RMCA) Forêt classée de Dieké (RMCA)
Ivory Coast Dimbrok (BMNH)
Kenya: Kakamega forest (RMCA) (NCB-ZMAN)
Nigeria Ilesha (BMNH) Coomassie (BMNH)
Sierra Leone (D.F. Morgan, Walker, 1854), Kambia (BMNH)
Uganda Semliki valley (BMNH) Buamba forest (BMNH) Budonga (BMNH)


Description:

Translation:




Comments:
Data from the book: The Afrotropical Tiger-Moths by David T. Goodger and Allan Watson, Apollo Books, Stenstrup, Denmark 1995. This copy of the first description is taken from a book or a periodical out of the library of the Dutch Entomological Society in Amsterdam.

*A lot of data are from the author of the first description.
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