Basal subtribes of the Nymphidiini (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae): phylogeny and myrmecophily

@inproceedings{Hall2002BasalSO,
  title={Basal subtribes of the Nymphidiini (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae): phylogeny and myrmecophily},
  author={Jason P. W. Hall and Donald John Harvey},
  year={2002}
}
Three cladistic analyses, based predominantly on adult morphology, are presented for myrmecophilous riodinid butterflies in the tribe Nymphidiini. The first is a species-level analysis of all 22 species recognized here in Aricoris (1⁄4Audre auctt.) using 27 characters. The second is a species-level analysis of all 24 species recognized here in Synargis using 53 characters. The third is a genericlevel analysis of all six genera (Aricoris, Ariconias n. gen., Lemonias, Thisbe, Juditha, and… CONTINUE READING
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