Speciation in Pararge (Satyrinae: Nymphalidae) butterflies – North Africa is the source of ancestral populations of all Pararge species

@article{Weingartner2006SpeciationIP,
  title={Speciation in Pararge (Satyrinae: Nymphalidae) butterflies – North Africa is the source of ancestral populations of all Pararge species},
  author={E. Weingartner and N. Wahlberg and S. Nylin},
  journal={Systematic Entomology},
  year={2006},
  volume={31}
}
Abstract The genus Pararge comprises three species: P. aegeria, distributed in Europe and North Africa; P. xiphia, endemic to Madeira; and P. xiphioides, endemic to the Canary Islands. Two subspecies are recognized in P. aegeria, P. a. tircis and P. a. aegeria, distributed in northern and southern Europe, respectively. In the 1970s, P. aegeria appeared on Madeira. However, despite the status of P. aegeria as a model species in ecological studies, the evolutionary history of Pararge remains… Expand
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