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Butterflies of temperate Asia
Sichuan Copper
Lycaena pang  OBERTHÜR, 1886
Family - LYCAENIDAE
subfamily - THECLINAE
Tribe -
Lycaena pang Sichuan, China © Andrew Neild
Introduction
The current classification of the genus Lycaena is unsatisfactory and in need of revision. The genus is loosely split into several unofficial groupings, which ultimately will be classified as sub-genera or new genera. Under existing classification there are about 70 Lycaena species, variously distributed across temperate regions of the world.
Lycaena pang is found only in Tibet and western China.
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