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Geographical distribution of Lasaia Bates, 1868 (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae) across the biogeographical provinces of Mexico.
Data presented here show the morphological and ecological variation of Lasaia over the last 80 years, mostly from the XX century when anthropogenic disturbances were intensified.
[Papilionoidea from Sierra de Huantla, Morelos and Puebla, México (Insecta: Lepidoptera)].
The data render Morelos and Puebla among the seven richest Mexican states, in terms of Papilionoidea diversity, and the Sierra de Huautla has the lowest diversity but the highest standard abundance, compared to other Mexican regions with similar vegetation.