Satyrinae

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Satyrinae

[sə′tir·ə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large, cosmopolitan subfamily of lepidopterans in the family Nymphalidae, containing the wood nymphs, meadow browns, graylings, and arctics, characterized by bladderlike swellings at the bases of the forewing veins.
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makuta abundance was positively correlated with diversity of other satyrid and riodinid butterflies.
The aim of this study was to quantify inbreeding depression and genetic load in the satyrid butterfly Bicyclus anyhana (Butler) to assess the impact of genetic bottlenecks in a Lepidopteran and to provide comparative data for previous studies, mainly on Drosophila and Musca.
Studies on the systematics and biogeography of some montane satyrid butterflies (Lepidoptera): Ph.
Egg weight in relation to egg mortality and starvation endurance of newly hatched larvae in some satyrid butterflies.
This site was selected to include native prairie hesperiids and satyrids as well as the regal fritillary (Speyeria idalia), then a candidate for listing by the U.