Nymphalinae


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Nymphalinae

[nim′fal·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of the lepidopteran family Nymphalidae.
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Druce, 1876) Itylos sigal Benyamini, Balint & Johnson, 1995 Paralycaeides inconspicua (Draudt, 1921) FAMILIA NYMPHALIDAE Subfamilia Danainae Danaus erippus (Cramer, 1775) X X Danaus plexippus nigrippus (Haensch, X 1909) Subfamilia Satyrinae Faunula eleates (Weymer, 1890) Subfamilia Nymphalinae Vanessa braziliensis (Moore, 1883) Vanessa carye (Hubner, [1812]) X X Anartia jatrophae jatrophae (Linnaeus, X 1763) Junonia evarete lima W.T.M.
Fruit-feeding butterflies are part of the Nymphalidae family (Lamas, 2004) and are distributed into four subfamilies: Biblidinae, Charaxinae, Nymphalinae and Satyrinae (Wahlberg et al., 2009).
d'Almeida, 1940) 24 Mechanitis lysimnia (Fabricius, 1793) 48 Mechanitis polymnia casabranca (Haensch, 32 1905) Pseudoscada acilla acilla (Hewitson, 1867) 4 Nymphalinae Eresia lansdorfi (Godart, 1819) 3 Anartia amathea (Linnaeus, 1758) 1 Anartia jatrophae (Linnaeus, 1763) 2 Ortilia orthia (Hewitson, 1864) 16 Heliconiinae Actinote discrepans (R.F.
Familia Subfamilia M G B SA Papilionidae 41 28 29 43 Papilioninae 41 28 29 43 Pieridae 60 36 33 65 Dismorphinae 10 4 4 11 Coliadinae 26 21 21 29 Pierinae 24 11 8 25 Lycaenidae 169 80 85 192 Theclinae 160 76 81 182 Polyommatinae 9 4 4 10 Riodinidae 126 67 69 145 Euselasiinae 11 3 6 12 Riodininae 115 64 63 133 Nymphalidae 313 194 206 348 Libytheinae 1 1 1 1 Danainae 6 5 5 6 Ithomiinae 32 24 25 36 Morphinae 19 11 18 26 Satyrinae 40 22 26 46 Charaxinae 37 26 26 41 Biblidinae 84 50 51 93 Apaturinae 5 3 3 5 Nymphalinae 63 33 32 68 Heliconinae 26 19 19 26 Especies 709 405 422 793 totales Fuente: Austin et al.
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).
The butterflies of Costa Rica and their natural history: vol 1 (Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalinae).
epaphus en el eje cafetero, siendo las unicas referencias encontradas donde alguna especie de los Nymphalinae utiliza a esta especie botanica como hospedante de sus larvas.
In total, 3,459 individuals of 62 species (30 genera) were captured; the Satyrinae (1,795 individuals; 52%) was the most abundant subfamily, followed by Biblidinae (1,411; 41%), Charaxinae (204; 6%), and Nymphalinae (49; 1%).
Neild, The Butterflies of Venezuela, Part 2: Nymphalidae II (Acraeinae, Libytheinae, Nymphalinae, Ithomiinae, Morphinae), Meridian, London, UK, 2008.