From the phylogeny of the Satyrinae butterflies to the systematics of Euptychiina (lepidoptera: nymphalidae): history, progress and prospects.

@article{Marn2011FromTP,
  title={From the phylogeny of the Satyrinae butterflies to the systematics of Euptychiina (lepidoptera: nymphalidae): history, progress and prospects.},
  author={M A Mar{\'i}n and Carlos Jorge Zubiaga Pe{\~n}a and Andr{\'e} V L Freitas and Niklas Wahlberg and Sandra In{\'e}s Uribe},
  journal={Neotropical entomology},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          1-13
        }
}
We review the various proposals of evolutionary and classification schemes for Satyrinae and particularly Euptychiina butterflies, assessing progress and prospects of research for the group. Among the highlights is the proposal to include Morphini, Brassolini and Amathusiini as part of Satyrinae. Although it is clear that this hypothesis requires further investigation, phylogenetic studies recently conducted recover this clade as part of Satyrinae with high support. The phylogenetic analyses… CONTINUE READING

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