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New World geometrid moths (Lepidoptera: Geometridae): Molecular phylogeny, biogeography, taxonomic updates and description of 11 new tribes
While Nearctic species are often nested within the predominantly Neotropical clades, the austral South American fauna forms distinctClades, hinting at a long isolation from the remaining New World fauna.
A review of continental species of Phrudocentra Warren, 1895 (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Geometrinae)
A key to continental Neotropical species of Phrudocentra Warren, 1895, s. lat. is designed and provided with photos of moths and their male genital structure...
Review of some species groups of the genus Oospila Warren, with descriptions of nine new species (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Geometrinae).
Nine new species and two new subspecies are described in this paper: O. arpata (Schaus) and O. imula (Dognin) from synonymy with O. miccularia (Guenée), respectively.
Pelagodes cancriformis , a new emerald moth species from the north of Thailand , Laos and southern China (Lepidoptera, Geometridae: Geometrinae)
This poster presents a probabilistic procedure for inferring the sex and distribution of infectious disease-causing coronavirus in response to the presence of E.coli at the Tournaisian swarming zone.
The genus Dioscore Warren, 1907: two new species and analysis of characters spread (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Geometrinae)
The male genitalia are described for the first time for seven species and the female genitalia for three species in the genus Dioscore Warren as well as two new species from Papua Indonesia.
Five new species of the genus Paromphacodes (Lepidoptera: Geometridae: Geometrinae) from High Andes in Ecuador
Four moth species are grouped in the genus Paromphacodes today and the case of the three first named species shows that the deep COI barcode does not affect morphological diversification.
Haruchlora maesi, a new emerald moth genus and species from Mesoamerica (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Geometrinae).
A new genus and species of Neotropical emerald geometrid moths are described, which differs from all other New World Geometrinae genera in having a bifid uncus, in characters of the pregenital segments of the male abdomen, and in the male genitalia.
Two new emerald geometrid species of Telotheta Warren from Ecuador and Bolivia (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Geometrinae, Lophochoristini)
The paper focuses on the morphological description and illustration of the wing pattern and genitalia structures of the typus generis Telotheta muscipunctata Dognin and the newly identified species Telotcheta unoi and Telotethera fresei.
Oospila bulava, a new emerald geometrid moth from South America (Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Geometrinae).
While revising collections from the Neotropical region during the last decade, the authors of the present article have found several undescribed taxa: cryptic species are frequently overlooked in large-scale works (Vodă et al., 2014).
A new Neotropical emerald moth genus based on some unusual "artefacts" (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Geometrinae).
We describe a nemoriine emerald moth genus, Vallichlora gen. nov., with modified male genitalia, including two new species: Vallichlora rara sp. n.-the type species-and Vallichlora selva, sp. n. The