I am grateful once again to Dr James Hogan of the Hope Entomological Collections at Oxford University Museum of Natural History for sending me photos of the holotype of Antillean Blue Pseudochrysops bornoi. This is the species that we looked for in June at its only known site in the east of Cuba when we were there - but failed to find. This has also prompted me to add the species page for this and the (just) four species for which I don't yet have photographs. I am constantly improving the texts as I learn more and I still have many photos of interesting things to add, so the work goes on. So thank you James and thanks also to Rayner Núñez and Douglas Fernández for their continued help and support.
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