Insects of Britain and Ireland: butterflies
Adults. Antennae reaching noticeably less than halfway to the wingtips.
Wing venation. Forewings with basally dilated veins.
Eggs, larvae, pupae. The larvae without bristly spines.
British representation. 1 species. Chazara briseis (Hermit).
Status in Britain. Adventive (a southern European species, with a very feeble claim to British status).
Classification. Superfamily Papilionoidea. Satyridae.
Illustrations. • Chazara briseis (The Hermit). • Chazara briseis (The Hermit): Hübner, 1805.
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Cite this publication as: ‘Watson, L., and Dallwitz, M.J. 2008 onwards. Insects of Britain and Ireland: butterflies. Version: 16th May 2016. delta-intkey.com’.