S. Mahunka szerk.: Folia Entomologica Hungarica 63. (Budapest, 2002)

sion on the ventral side differentiates P. orobiana, what seems to be a smaller spe­cies having longer fore wing shape. The absence of hind wing tail differentiates P. orocana, plus the pointed fore wing apex and almost patternless ventral side of the wings. Description - Male: Fore wing length measured from base to apex 20.7 mm (holotype). Dorsal ground colour gleaming sapphir blue, with 3 mm black border extending towards the apex. Hind wing vein CuA2 tailed. No androconial marks on either wing. Ventral ground colour chesnut brown. Fore wing subapical and post­discal area white in cells R2-3, median areas with gleaming spot in cells Ml-CuAl. Hind wing median area with gleaming spots, postmedian area dark, submarginal area with gleming scales. Genitalia typical eumaeine without brush organ, appendix angularis very weakly developed. Female: not known. Holotype - Male, deposited in the Natural History Museum, London (BMNH), labelled as "Cushi. / Prov. Huanuco. / Peru, 1900 m / (W. Hoffmanns)" [white paper, printed]; "Rothschild, Be­quest, B.M. 1 939-1." [white paper, printed]; "B.M. (N.H.) / Rhopalocera / Slide (crossed), V. (hand­written) No. /4740 (handwritten)" [white paper, printed in red]; "BMNH(H) # 266793" [white paper, printed]; "Holotype / Syntype (printed, crossed), Si Paralustrus / oroanna / Bálint / Zs. Bálint, 2000 [printed] /London, VIII. 18." Lred paper, handwritten]; "Bálint 2128A-190" [white paper, handwrit­ten]. The specimen is in excellent condition except that the half of the right antenna is missing. Distribution - Geographical: known only from the type locality. Spatial: the holotype was collected at elevation 1900 m. Temporal: no data. Etymology - Noun, gender feminine; dedicated to my wife Annamária Kertész, formed for matching to previous congeneric species names almost all having the word "oro" with the meaning to entreat, to implore, to supplicate. Figs 1-2. Paraspiculatus oroanna sp. n., holotype (BMNH): 1 = dorsum, 2 = venter (© BMNH)