Male Genitalia of Neotropical Charaxinae: A Comparative Analysis of Character Variation

@article{Bonfantti2013MaleGO,
  title={Male Genitalia of Neotropical Charaxinae: A Comparative Analysis of Character Variation},
  author={Dayana Bonfantti and M. Casagrande and O. Mielke},
  journal={Journal of Insect Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={13}
}
Abstract Charaxinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) has a worldwide distribution, although it occurs mainly between the tropics. Most species occur in the Neotropics, where three tribes, Preponini, Anaeomorphini, and Anaenini, can be found. Collectively, these three tribes encompass 109 species. Because of its relevance to systematics and taxonomy, the male genitalia of Lepidoptera have been extensively studied. The male genitalia are composed of the last two abdominal segments and their… Expand
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