Species

Parnassius (Tadumia) hunnyngtoni Avinoff, 1916

    liliput Bryk, 1932

Original Description

Tadumia hannyngtoni subsp. liliput Bryk, 1932

Type specimen(s)

Status: Syntype(s)
Specimen data: 7 ST (4 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀)
Additional information: "type-specimens [...] in the British Museum (Natural History)", "3 ♂, 3 ♀ syntypes. 1 ♂, Tibet, Dongka-La, 16,000 ft. 19.vii.1922. E. F. Norton. 1 ♂, Tibet, Pang La, 17,000'. 9.v.1924. Maj. R. W. G. Hingston. 1 ♂, Tibet, Rongbuk. 16,000 ft. 15.v.1924. Maj. R. W. G. Hingston. 1 ♀, Tibet, Phuse La. 16,000 ft. 19.vi.1924. Maj. R. W. G. Hingston. 1 ♀, Tibet, Pang La. 17,000 ft. 28.iv.1922. T. G. Longstaff. 1 ♀, Tibet, Lamna La. 17,000 ft. 17.vi.1924. Maj. R. W. G. Hingston." (Ackery, 1973:18).
Current depository: BMNH, London (3 ♂♂, 3 ♀♀, syntypes)

Type locality

Type locality as cited in original description: "Phuse la, Dongka La. Lamna La [...] Rongbuk [...] Pang La [...] Kyetrak"
Current country: China

Taxonomic history

Originally described as Tadumia hannyngtoni subsp. liliput Bryk, 1932
Treated as a subspecies of Parnassius acco Gray, 1853 by Ackery (1975:87). Treated as a subspecies of Parnassius (Tadumia) hannyngtoni Avinoff, 1916 by Weiss (1992:84).