Nymphalidae


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Related to Nymphalidae: nymphalid butterfly, Heliconiinae
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Noun1.Nymphalidae - large beautifully colored butterflies
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Lepidoptera, order Lepidoptera - moths and butterflies
brush-footed butterfly, four-footed butterfly, nymphalid, nymphalid butterfly - medium to large butterflies found worldwide typically having brightly colored wings and much-reduced nonfunctional forelegs carried folded on the breast
genus Nymphalis, Nymphalis - type genus of the Nymphalidae: mourning cloak butterflies
genus Vanessa, Vanessa - painted beauty and red admiral
genus Limenitis, Limenitis - mainly dark northern butterflies with white wing bars
genus Polygonia, Polygonia - comma butterflies
genus Spyeria, Spyeria - fritillaries
Argynnis, genus Argynnis - fritillaries
Apatura, genus Apatura - large Old World butterflies
genus Inachis, Inachis - a genus of Nymphalidae
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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).
MARIPOSAS (Macroevolutionary Rates by Integrating Phylogenomics and Ancestral character States Mariposas is also the Spanish translation for butterflies) aims to unveil the macroevolutionary mechanisms governing diversification and geographical distribution of two butterfly families, Hesperiidae and Nymphalidae, across tropical America~s biomes.
Estudocomparado de morfologia externa de Zaretis itys itylus (Westwood) e Agrias claudina anneta (Gray) (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Charaxinae).
Conversely, fruit-feeding butterflies are typical of tropical and subtropical habitats, comprising, for instance, 50-75% of all Neotropical Nymphalidae (data obtained from the lists presented in Brown 2005; for other numbers see Vargas et al.
The specimens belonged to 131 species in five families, including Papilionidae (6 species), Pieridae (16), Nymphalidae (42), Lycaenidae (53), and Hesperiidae (14).
Se recomienda realizar montaje tanto dorsal como ventral especialmente en grupos de coloracion obscura o transparente o de dificil determinacion como Nymphalidae (Satyrini--Ithomiini); Hesperiidae, Riodinidae y Lycaenidae.
2002): Biology, behavior and taxonomy of two Oleria onega subspecies (Ithomiinae, Nymphalidae, Lepidoptera) in north-eastern Peru.
Altitudinal richness patterns of Papilionidae, Pieridae and Nymphalidae (Lepidoptera) in Mexican mountain areas
Hamadryas esta actualmente incluido en la familia Nymphalidae y segun [9] en la subfamilia Limenitidinae y en la tribu Ageroniini.
altissimus Categoria alimenticia (N=37) (N=5) Monocotyledoneae Poaceae Glumas-lemnas, raiz, semilla Hoja-epidermis, tallo, fruto, X X espigilla Cyperaceae Hoja-epidermis, tallo, fruto X Dicotiledoneas Asteraceae Hoja-epidermis, aquenios, semilla, fruto Piperaceae Semillas enteras Hoja-epidermis, semilla restos, tallo, raiz, estambres, pericarpo de fruto Insecta Coleoptera Carabidae X X Coccinellidae X Curculionidae X Scarabaeidae X Hemiptera Pentatomidae X Cicadelidae X Lepidoptera Nymphalidae X Diptera Cecidomyiidae X Hymenoptera X Phthiraptera X Diplura X Arachnida X M.