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1998), there is no possibility to apply reversal of precedence (International Com­mission of Zoological Nomenclature 1999: 21, Art. 23.9). As there is no available junior synonym for replacing Gulliveria d'Abrera et Bálint, therefore the substi­tute generic name Gullicaena nom. n. is established here for Gulliveria d'Abrera et Bálint, using the same type species Thecla gigantea Hewitson, 1867. Gullicaena is an arbitrary combination of the names "Gulliver" and "Lycaena". Its gender is feminine. Notes on Gullicaena gigantea The taxon gigantea was described by Hewitson (1867: 83, pi. 32, figs 43-44) as a species of Thecla from two syntypic male specimens originating from Para, Brazil, most probably collected by W. H. Bates. According to Hewitson, one of the specimen was deposited in his own collection, the other one was kept by Bates. However, there is evidence that the specimen of the Bates collection was also pur­chased by Hewitson (Kirby 1879: 153, see the labelling). I could find both speci­mens in the Natural History Museum (London, UK): Syntype male, BMNH(E)# 266518, Brazil, labelled as "Para., Hewitson Coll., 79-69., Thecla, gigantea, Hew. (1), (recto: Para)". This specimen was fig­ured as holotype "T. gigantea S R" by d'Abrera (1995: 1134). Syntype male, BMNH(E)# 266519, Brazil, labelled as "Para., Hewitson Coll., 79-69., Thecla, gigantea, Hew. (2), (recto: Para) // Type //B.M. Type, No. Rh. 586". This specimen was figured as "T. gigantea S V" by d'Abrera (1995: 1134). D'Abrera' s usage of the term holotype cannot be regarded as a lectotype des­ignation, because there is no indication that the name was used for that particular specimen from a series of types (International Commission of Zoological Nomen­clature 1999: 82-83, Article 74.5). I presume that the labels "Type" and "B.M. Type, No. Rh. 586" were originally placed on the BMNH syntype male 266518, because the red spots in d'Abrera (1995) always indicate specimens curated in the Lycaenid Type Collection segregated by Goodson (1946). Herewith I designate the specimen BMNH(E)# 266519 as lectotype and will add the label "Lectotype, Thecla gigantea Hewitson, 1867, designated by Zsolt Bálint, Budapest, 2002.IV. 10.", the other male specimen from Para (BMNH(E)# 266518) becomes paralectotype (International Commission of Zoological Nomen­clature 1999: 82, Article 74.1.3). In spite of the fact that the wings of the paralectotype are in slightly better condition, the specimen lacks abdomen. The