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Papilionoidea e Hesperioidea (Lepidoptera) do Parque Estadual do Morro do Diabo, Teodoro Sampaio, São Paulo, Brasil
426 butterfly species were sampled on six field-trips to Morro do Diabo and are listed with their dates of capture and where they are recorded. A variety of collecting methods was used, includingExpand
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Reviso de Elbella Evans e gneros afins (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae, Pyrrhopyginae)
A systematic study of the genera Microceris Watson, 1893, Elbella Evans, 1951, Parelbella. gen.n. (type species: Hesperia polyzona [Latreille, 1824]), Pseudocroniades. gen.n. (type species: EricidesExpand
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Estudo cladístico e descrições de tribos em Pyrrhopyginae (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae)
A cladistic study of the four monophyletic tribes of Pyrrhopyginae is presented. Passovini, Oxynetrini, and Zoniini are new tribes.
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Borboletas do sul da ilha de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea e Papilionoidea)
Resumen pt: Em dois grande remanescentes florestais situados em unidades de conservacao no sul da ilha de Santa Catarina, foram registradas 236 especies de Lepidopte...
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Immature stages of Calycopis caulonia (Hewitson, 1877) (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae, Theclinae, Eumaeini), with notes on rearing detritivorous hairstreaks on artificial diet
Details of egg, larval, and pupal morphology are described and illustrated for Calycopis caulonia (Hewitson). In particular, larval chaetotaxy is documented for the first time in Calycopis. LabExpand
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Borboletas (Lepidoptera) ameaçadas de extinção em Minas Gerais, Brasil
The twenty species of butterflies (diurnal Lepidoptera) considered as threatened in the Minas Gerais (by statute) are described and discussed in relation to distribution, appearance and known records.
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Catálogo bibliográfico dos taxa superiores da ordem Lepidoptera
A list with the names of the superior categories of the Lepidoptera order is presented occasioning the establishment of some synonymies. The first part contains the sequence of names inExpand
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Parides panthonus jaguarae (Foetterle) (Lepidoptera, Papilionidae) redescoberto em Minas Gerais, Brasil: sua identidade
Parides panthonus jaguarae (Foetterle, 1902) was rediscovered at Brumadinho, Minas Gerais and is synomyzised with Parides burchellanus (Westwood, 1872) syn. nov. The first is the male of the second.
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