Nymphalidae


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Related to Nymphalidae: nymphalid butterfly, Heliconiinae
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Part I, Comprising the families: Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae (in part) and Hesperiidae.
In the period between August 2012 and July 2013, 2,077 fruit-feeding butterflies were captured, all belonging to the Nymphalidae family, and distributed into 4 subfamilies, 11 tribes, 31 genera, and 45 species.
Morfologia comparada da cabeca das especies sulbrasileiras de Morphinae (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae).
(2015) also used landmark-based geometric morphometries to test whether wing shapes in the moth tribe Haeterini (Satyrinae: Nymphalidae) and their close relatives reflected observed flight patterns.
archippus (Nymphalidae) in southern Georgia," Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, vol.
Alguns trabalhos descrevem resultados semelhantes aos encontrados neste estudo em relacao a abundancia da familia Nymphalidae. Morais, Lemes e Ritter (2012), por exemplo, registraram 73,7% de ninfalideos em seu levantamento de lepidopteros no Rio Grande do Sul.
A partir de los papilionoideos presentes en cada sitio se elaboro la lista de las especies asociadas a las SA de la PBGM y con otras vegetaciones de las cinco familias consideradas en este analisis (Papilionidae, Pieridae, Lycaenidae, Riodinidae y Nymphalidae), para definir las especies mas afines o exclusivas a las SA en esta provincia.
Nymphalidae with two subfamilies and two tribes, subfamily Danianae and tribe Danaini with two species Danaus chrysippus (Linnaeus, 1758) and Euploea core (Cramer, 1780); tribe Junoniini with one species Junonia almana (Linnaeus, 1758), subfamily Nymphalinae and tribe Nymphalini with one species Aglais kaschmirensis (Kollar, 1848).
Se colecto un total de 341 individuos pertenecientes a 49 especies de cuatro familias de Papilionoidea: Lycaenidae (2 %), Nymphalidae (79,6%), Papilionidae (4,1%) y Pieridae (14,3%) (Tabla 1, Fig.