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- schoenbergi is a species of butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is endemic to New Guinea. Taenaris schoenbergi schoenbergi Taenaris schoenbergi kenricki...
- Lygniodes schoenbergi is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found on Borneo. The habitat mainly consists of lowland forests, particularly alluvial forests...
- Delias schoenbergi is a butterfly in the family Pieridae. It was described by Walter Rothschild in 1895. It is found in the Australasian realm. The wingspan...
- Amathusia schoenbergi is a butterfly found in the Indomalayan realm It belongs to the Satyrinae, a subfamily of the brush-footed butterflies. Deep indentations...
- sumatrana dusuntua Corbet, 1937 (Peninsular Malaya) Herona sumatrana schoenbergi Staudinger, 1890 (Borneo) Herona sumatrana djarang Fruhstorfer, 1893...
- Prothoe westwoodii Wallace, 1869 Prothoe hewitsoni Wallace, 1869 Prothoe schoenbergi Honrath, 1888 Prothoe dohertyi Grose-Smith, 1894 guilelmi Fruhstorfer...
- perakana Honrath, [1888] Amathusia phidippus (Linnaeus, 1763) Amathusia schoenbergi Honrath, [1888] Amathusia taenia Fruhstorfer, 1899 Subgenus Pseudamathusia...
- (Bali) S. l. distanti (Peninsular Malaya, Singapore, Sumatra) S. l. schoenbergi (Nias) S. l. engania (Enggano) S. l. aurifolia (****utelo, Batu Island)...
- colonist in the then German New Guinea. Pagenstecher's name is Schoenbergia schoenbergi and the year of publication also 1893. Robert Henry Fernando Rippon in...
- morphotenaris species group Taenaris nivescens (Rothschild, 1896) Taenaris schoenbergi (Fruhstorfer, 1893) Certain members of the genus Taenaris serve as models...
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