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Seo liosta d’fhéileacáin na hÉireann, san am a chuaigh thart agus san am i láthair. Tá sonraí na speiceas thíos do phobal na hÉireann amháin.

Ainm coitianta Ainmníocht dhéthéarmach Íomhá Stádas
Fine Hesperiidae (léimneoirí)
Fofhine Hesperiinae
Léimneoir Essex Thymelicus lineola Essex Skipper (Thymelicus lineola) Sweden.jpg I gContae Loch Garman amháin, de bhunadh éiginnte.
Léimneoir beag Thymelicus sylvestris Small skipper (Thymelicus sylvestris) female.jpg Taifeadta i gContae Chill Dara sna blianta 2011 agus 2012.
Fofhine Pyrginae
Donnán Erynnis tages Dingy skipper (Erynnis tages) male.jpg Faightear den chuid is mó i Lár na Tíre agus san Iarthar. Taifeadtar na fospeiceas baynesi Huggins, 1956 ón réigiún Bhoirne de Chontaetha an Chláir agus na Gaillimhe. Is dócha gurb iad na pobail in áiteanna eile in Éirinn na fospeiceas den chineál.
Fine Pieridae (bánóga)
Fofhine Dismorphiinae
Bánóg choille Leptidea sinapis Leptidea.sinapis.jpg Teoranta do cheantar Bhoirne i gContae an Chláir. Anseo tá sé comhcheantrach le Leptidea juvernica.
Bánóg choille dhuaithne Leptidea juvernica stat. nov. Leptidea juvernica Ireland.jpg Speiceas nua-aitheanta. Gach réigiún in Éirinn. Níl sé le fáil sa Bhreatain.
Fofhine Coliadinae
Buíóg chróch Colias croceus Colias croceus (Dordogne).jpg Imirceach.
Buíóg ruibheach Gonepteryx rhamni Common brimstone butterfly (Gonepteryx rhamni) male.jpg Boirinn agus an Lár-Réigiún. Is é fospeiceas Éireannach gravesi Huggins, 1956.
Fofhine Pierinae
Bánóg mhór Pieris brassicae ComputerHotline - Pieris brassicae (by).jpg Forleathan.
Bánóg bheag Pieris rapae Small white (Pieris rapae) Sweden.jpg Coitianta i bhformhór na réimsí.
Bánóg uaine Pieris napi Pieris napi(Bielinek bytomkowiec).JPG Forleathan. Ní fhaightear an fospeiceas britannica (Muller & Kautz, 1939) ach in Éirinn. Is é an fospeiceas sa Bhreatain sabellicae (Stephens, 1827).
Barr buí Anthocharis cardamines Anthocharis cardamines male 01.jpg Forleathan. Is é fospeiceas Éireannach hibernica (Williams, 1916).
Fine Lycaenidae (blues, coppers agus stiallaigh) XXX
Fofhine Theclinae
Stiallach uaine Callophrys rubi Green hairstreak (Callophrys rubi) 3.jpg Dáileadh scaipthe.
Stiallach donn Thecla betulae Brown hairstreak (Thecla betulae) Bulgaria.jpg Teoranta do Bhoirinn agus don réigiún máguaird.
Stiallach corcra Neozephyrus quercus Purple Hairstreak - Neozephyrus quercus.jpg Teoranta do chúpla láithreán coille.
Fofhine Lycaeninae
Small copper Lycaena phlaeas Íomhá:X The Irish subspecies is hibernica Goodson, 1948
Fofhine Polyommatinae
Small blue Cupido minimus Íomhá:X Few regions. Restricted to coastal dunes, limestone grasslands and quarries.
Common blue Polyommatus icarus Teimpléad:IUCN status The Irish subspecies is mariscolore Íomhá:X The Irish subspecies is mariscolore (Kane, 1893)
Holly blue Celastrina argiolus Íomhá:X More common in East and South.
Fine Nymphalidae (brush-footed butterflies)
Fofhine Nymphalinae
Red admiral Vanessa atalanta Íomhá:X resident reinforced by migrant populations.
Painted lady Vanessa cardui Íomhá:X Migrant.
Peacock Aglais io Íomhá:X XXX
Small tortoiseshell Aglais urticae Íomhá:X XXX
Comma Polygonia c-album Íomhá:X rare. Sightings on North and South-east coasts.
Fofhine Heliconiinae (longwings)=
Pearl-bordered fritillary Boloria euphrosyne Íomhá:X Only found in the Burren
Dark green fritillary Speyeria aglaja Íomhá:X Coastal species also inland in the Burren and Wicklow
Silver-washed fritillary Argynnis paphia Íomhá:X Scattered throughout Ireland, more common in southern regions.
Marsh fritillary Euphydryas aurinia Íomhá:X infrasubspecies hibernica Birchall, 1873. Throughout Ireland but mainly Central and West Ireland.
Fofhine Satyrinae (browns)
Speckled wood Pararge aegeria Íomhá:X
Wall Lasiommata megera Íomhá:X XXX
Grayling Hipparchia semele Íomhá:X Coastal and limestone districts. The Irish subspecies are clarensis de Lattin, 1952 (County Clare) and hibernica Howarth, 1971
Gatekeeper Pyronia tithonus Íomhá:X Restricted to South and South-East coasts.
Meadow brown Maniola jurtina Íomhá:X Is é fospeiceas Éireannach iernes Graves, 1930
Ringlet Aphantopus hyperantus Íomhá:X XXX
Small heath Coenonympha pamphilus Íomhá:X Scattered throughout Ireland. Prefers drier grassland on well-drained soils.
Large heath Coenonympha tullia Íomhá:X Restricted to a few bogs.

Vagrant, adventive, extinct and intercepts and exotic species[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

Extinct

Vagrants

Exotics

See also[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

References[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  • Emmet, A.M., J. Heath et al. (Ed.), 1990. The Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland Vol. 7 Part 1 (Hesperiidae to Nymphalidae). Harley Books, Colchester, UK. 370p.
  • K. G. M. Bond, R. Nash and J. P. O’Connor, An Annotated Checklist of the Irish Butterflies and Moths (Lepidoptera)The Irish Biogeographical Society in association with The National Museum of Ireland, Dublin, 2006, 177 pp ISBN 0-9511514-9-5
  • Harding, J. & Jacob, M. 2013 Addition of Small Skipper butterfly (Thymelicus sylvestris) to the Irish List and notes on the Essex Skipper (Thymelicus lineola) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Irish Naturalists' Journal 32: 142-144
  • Mazel, R. 2001. Leptidea sinapis L., 1758 - L. reali Reissinger, 1989, le point de la situation (Lepidoptera: Pieridae, Dismorphiinae) Linneana Belgica 18: 199-202.
  • Nash,D., T. Boyd and D Hardiman. 2012. Ireland's Butterflies A Review. The Dublin Naturalists' Field Club, Dublin. 272 pp ISBN 978-0-9530037-2-3
  • Wilson, C. J., Goodwin, J. & Bond, K. 2007. New Irish record of the small skipper butterfly Thymelicus sylvestris (Poda) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Irish Naturalists’ Journal 28(9): 385-386).Erroneous and later corrected by the authors. Refers to Essex Skipper Thymelicus lineola.

Footnotes[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  1. Peter Eeles The Irish Mountain Ringlet dispar online
  2. Tá ort na shonrú' 'teideal = agus' 'url = nuair a úsáideann {{ lua idirlín}}."". Archived from the original on 30 March 2012.

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