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Chronological account
Nephesa guttularis Walker, 1857 previous combination of Poeciloptera guttularis (Walker, 1857) according to Walker (1858): 111
Poeciloptera guttularis (Walker, 1857) previous combination of Flata guttularis (Walker, 1857) according to Stål (1862): 490
Flata guttularis (Walker, 1857) previous combination of Cryptoflata guttularis (Walker, 1857) according to Melichar (1902): 20
Phyma griseopunctata Schmidt, 1904 previous combination of Lawana griseopunctata Schmidt, 1904 according to Melichar (1923): 48
Cryptoflata guttularis (Walker, 1857) previous combination of Flata guttularis (Walker, 1857) according to Medler (1996): 45
Lawana griseopunctata Schmidt, 1904 previous combination of Flata griseopunctata (Schmidt, 1904) according to Medler (1996): 141
Flata griseopunctata (Schmidt, 1904) synonym of Flata guttularis (Walker, 1857) according to Medler (1999): 23
Distribution map: extant taxa
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(TDWG standard) GBIF occurrences
Geographical distribution
China (Fujian)  according to  Liang (2005): 430
China (Guangdong)  according to  Peng et al. (2012): 7
China (Hong Kong)  according to  Peng et al. (2012): 7
Indonesia  according to  Peng et al. (2012): 3

Indonesia (Sumatra)  according to  Medler (1996): 141

Japan  according to  Peng et al. (2012): 7
Malaysia (Sarawak)  according to  Lallemand (1939): 73 , Medler (1996): 141
Myanmar (ex Burma)  according to  Peng et al. (2012): 7
Taiwan  according to  Schumacher (1915): 140
2 Type specimen(s)
1 Lectotype ♀ of Phyma griseopunctata Schmidt, 1904 deposited in [MIZ, MIZW] Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw according to Peng et al. (2012): 6
Holotype ♂ of Nephesa guttularis Walker, 1857 deposited in [NHM, BMNH] Natural History Museum, London according to Peng et al. (2012): 6