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Taxonomic revision of the "Pierella lamia species group" (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) with descriptions of four new species from Brazil.
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Four new species of Pierella Westwood, 1851 from Brazil are described and Lectotype and paralectotype of Papilio dyndimene Cramer, 1779 (a synonym of F.M. Brown, 1948 stat. nov) and P. chalybaea Godman, 1905 stat. Expand
Description of early stages of Chorinea liCursis (fabricius) (rioDiniDae)
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The fifth instar and pupa of C. licursis are compared to closely related species, and observations on wing color variation in adult Chorinea are provided. Expand
Male Genitalia of Neotropical Charaxinae: A Comparative Analysis of Character Variation
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Substantial variation was found in the genital structures of Anaeini, making it difficult to establish structural patterns for this group, but structural variation may be very efficient to diagnose species, such as some species of Memphis Hübner and Fountainea Rydon, which can be easily identified through the presence of spines on the valva. Expand
Immature stages of Hamadryas fornax fornax (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Biblidinae)
The external morphology and biology of the immature stages of Hamadryas fornax fornax (Hubner, [1823]) (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Biblidinae) recorded on Dalechampia triphylla (Euphorbiaceae) inExpand
Interseasonal variation of Chrysodeixis includens (Walker, [1858]) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) populations in the Brazilian Savanna
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It is found that the local soybean cycle and El Nino effect to significantly influence the species abundance across the entire period of study, providing evidence of factors that determine its phenological patterns. Expand
Immature Stages of the Neotropical Butterfly, Dynamine agacles agacles
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The external morphology of the immature stages of Dynamine agacles agacles (Dalman, 1823) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Biblidinae) is described, including photos, drawings, and scanning electron micrographs, allowing to make further observations on the natural history and evolution of Dynamines. Expand
Taxonomy of the ‘Synargis axenus complex’ belonging to the ‘Synargis regulus’ species group, with a phylogenetic reassessment of the genus Synargis Hübner, 1819 (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae: Nymphidiini)
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The phylogeny of the genus Synargis is reassessed, adding these new and revalidated taxa, and nine additional characters to the mix, and the taxonomy of the taxa involved is discussed. Expand
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