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Lepidoptera de Santa Maria e arredores. I. Papilionidae e Pieridae

@inproceedings{Link2008LepidopteraDS,
  title={Lepidoptera de Santa Maria e arredores. I. Papilionidae e Pieridae},
  author={Dion{\'i}sio Link and Ceslau M{\'a}rio Biezanko and Manoel Fernando S. Tarrag{\'o} and Solon Carvalho},
  year={2008}
}
Quatorze especies de Papilionidae e vinte e seis especies de Pieridae foram constatadas ocorrendo em Santa Maria e regioes proximas. Foram referidos, epocas de captura, habitos dos adultos e larvas e plantas hospedeiras, quando conhecidos. Abstract Fourteen species of Papilionidae and twenty-six species of Pieridae were found to occur at Santa Maria and neighboring regions. Data were collected on the habits of adults and larvae, and host-plants were noted when known. 
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