By Richard M. . Fox
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Twenty-two paratypes: Three males, Hacienda Chinchin Grande, Tungurahua, Ecuador; 1400 meters; Schilling; in the collections of the American Museum of Natural History and of the Reading Public Museum. One male, Rio Jondachi, Ecuador. One male, Hacienda la Palmera, Rio Pastaza, Ecuador; 1200 meters; F. M. Brown. One male, Rio Putamayo, Colombia. One female, Yungilla, near Banos, Ecuador; 1800 meters; F. M. Brown. These four in the collection of the Reading Public Museum. Three males, Oriente, Ecuador; in collections of the American Museum of Natural History and of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.
693. GODMAN AND SALVIN, 1879 (1879-1901), p. 9. STAUDINGER, 1885 (1884-1888), p. 57. HAASE, 1893, p. 51. HAENSCH, 1903, p. 159; 1909, p. 117, pl. 31e. BRYK, 1937b, p. 454. Fox, 1940, p. 179. Thirteen males and a female have been studied in American collections. GENUS PATRICIA Fox Patricia Fox, 1940, pp. 165, 170, 175, 177-178, figs. 43, 44. Type: Dircenna dercyllidas Hewitson, by original designation. D'ALMEIDA, 1942, p. 193. Fox, 1948, p. 132; 1949, p. 11. Athesis, KIRBY (part), 1871, p. 640. HEWITSON, 1877, p.
No other subspecies is known. Olyras theon comes from the high valleys of Guatemala and of the southernmost part of Mexico. Both pairs of wings are narrower, more acute, than in other Olyras species; the black of the forewing tends to be thinner and less brownish. The black anal margin of the forewing remains opaque but is reduced to the true marginal region, leaving an appreciable light brown area over the entire cubitus; this area runs out along Cu2 to connect with the yellow transparent admarginal spot in Cur-A.