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Pyrrhopyginae de Venezuela (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea: Hesperiidae).

  title={Pyrrhopyginae de Venezuela (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea: Hesperiidae).},
  author={Andr{\'e}s Miguel Orellana Borges},
espanolLos estudios sobre la sistematica y taxonomia de Hesperiidae en Venezuela se encuentran limitados basicamente a los catalogos de Bell (1946b, 1947c) y de Evans (1951, 1952, 1953, 1955); el primero enteramente dedicado a Venezuela y el segundo sustentado sobre ejemplares de todo el continente americano que se encuentran depositados en el Natural History Museum de Londres. Otras referencias solo hacen mencion de Venezuela de manera dispersa y no exhaustiva. Desde entonces se han registrado… 

Diversidad de hespéridos (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) en agroecosistemas del estado lara, venezuela

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Lepidoptera del Pantepui. Parte I: Endemismo y caracterización biogeográfica

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Oxynetra: Facies and DNA Barcodes Point to a New Species from Costa Rica (Hesperiidae: Pyrginae: Pyrrhopygini)

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Microceris dulcinea (Plötz) (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae, Pyrrhopyginae) a new skipper butterfly record from Trinidad, W.I.

In February 2020, an image of a skipper butterfly posted on iNaturalist by Dempewolf was spotted by Cock as a species new to the Trinidad fauna, and rapidly identified as Microceris dulcinea (Plotz, 1879).



Sobre os tipos de Hesperiidae descritos por Roeber (Lepidoptera)

Comments on the systematic position and synonymy of the Hesperiidae described by J. Roeber are presented. The Syn. n. are the following: Jemadia gigantea Roeber, 1925 of Nosphistia zonara (Hewitson,

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The cladistic analysis supports a number of currently held views about butterfly classification, and suggests sister group relationships between Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea, and Pieridae and (Lycaenidae + Nymphalidae).

Phylogenetic relationships of subfamilies and circumscription of tribes in the family Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea)

A comprehensive tribal‐level classification for the world’s subfamilies of Hesperiidae, the skipper butterflies, is proposed for the first time, and eight pyrgine and six hesperiine tribes are recognized, including the new tribe Moncini.

Linnaeus's butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea)

Linnaean material studied included specimens from The Linnean Society of London, Museum Ludovicae Ulricae (Uppsala University), the Clerck and De Geer collections in the Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm, and theCollection of James Petiver, now part of the collection of Sir Hans Sloane housed in The Natural History Museum, London.

Sobre o lectótipo de Papilio bixae Linnaeus e a designação do lectótipo de Papilio proteus Linnaeus (Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae)

The lectotype of Papilo bixae Linnaeus, designated by Hemming (1964) based on the figure of Merian (1705), was found in the Wiesbaden Museum, and here with considered as such. It corresponds to

Male Genitalia of Lepidoptera: Morphology and Nomenclature I. Divisions of the Valvae in Rhopalocera, Phalaenidae (= Noctuidae) and Geometridae

There might be a serious question whether it is possible to establish a generalized principle, useful in dividing the valvae of differently modified types into several regions, which above all must readily be applicable with reasonable homologies throughout the more specialized groups of Lepidoptera.

Zonas de vida de Venezuela : memoria explicativa sobre el mapa ecológico

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Hacia un Proyecto CYTED para el Inventario y Estimación de la Diversidad Entomológica en Iberoamérica: PrIBES 2000

After more than two centuries of taxonomic work, measuring Biodiversity, or any other aspect of life's variability, is still an expensive goal both in terms of time and investment. In the last few

A Synonymic Catalogue of Diurnal Lepidoptera

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The whole face of this department of entomological science has undergone a wonderful change in the last twenty-years.

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.