Morphinae


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Morphinae

[′mȯr·fə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of large tropical butterflies in the family Nymphalidae.
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Dentro de la familia Nymphalidae, la subfamilia Morphinae comprende 18 generos, de los cuales el genero Morpho registra 29 especies, todas restringidas al neotropico (LAMAS, 2004).
Another CCA was done including the subfamilies of Nymphalidae (Biblidinae, Heliconiinae, Danainae, Limenitidinae, Nymphalinae, Morphinae and Satyrinae) and Hesperiidae as dependant variables instead of including species and their abundance.
Nymphalidae de Mexico II (Libytheinae, Ithomiinae, Morphinae y Charaxinae): distribucion geografica e ilustracion.
Transect walk-and-count and point sampling techniques were used to record satyrinae, morphinae and riodinidae butterflies plus one species of danaidae (Idea stolli).
Bates, 1864) 446 Greta andromica lyra 1 2 (Salvin, 1869) 447 Greta annette annette 1 2 b d (Guerin-Meneville, [1844]) 448 Greta morgane oto 1 2 b d (Hewitson, [1855]) Morphinae 449 Antirrhea philoctetes casta 2 H.
It should be noted that Miller put the satyrines in a separate family (Satyridae) and that I have included four of his subfamilies in this study under the label Satyrinae |Satyrinae, Ragadiinae, Eritinae, and Elymniinae; Biinae (sensu Miller) has not been included because at least two of the genera (Antirrhea and Caerois) probably should be placed under Morphinae (DeVries et al.
Patrones de distribucion de las subfamilias Ithomiinae, Morphinae y Charaxinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), p.
Hubo cuatro mariposas caracteristicas de bosque, las Ithominae Oleria victorine paula y Napeogenes tolosa tolosa, la Morphinae Caligo uranus y la Satyrinae Taygetis virgilia (InVal[mayor que o igual a]67.
X Pseudoscada timna troetschi Staudinger (1884) X Patricia dercyllidas (Hewitson, 1864) X Morphinae Antirrhaea geryon weymeri (Salz.
This guild in tropical areas is mainly comprised of the Charaxinae, Morphinae, Brassolinae, Satyrinae, Biblidinae and Limenitidinae, all subfamilies of nymphalids butterflies (DE VRIES, 1988; SHAHABUDDIN & TERBORGH, 1999; DE VRIES & WALLA, 2001; FREITAS & BROWN, 2004; RIBEIRO et al.