Nymphalinae


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Nymphalinae

[nim′fal·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A subfamily of the lepidopteran family Nymphalidae.
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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.
On the other hand, Danainae were found mainly at sites with low vegetation density and intermediate microclimatic variability, and Heliconiinae, Nymphalinae and Limenitidinae were found mainly at sites with low microclimatic variability and high vegetation density.
That awkward age for butterflies: insights from the age of the butterfly subfamily Nymphalinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae).
Part 2: Nymphalidae II (Acraeinae, Libytheinae, Nymphalinae, Ithominae, Morphinae).
The book deals with five subfamilies of the Nymphalidae: the Acraeinae, Libytheinae, Nymphalinae, Ithomiinae, and Morphinae.