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
References in periodicals archive ?
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).
Antes los estudios sobre palpos labiales en Pieridae se centraron en algunas especies de Pierinae de importancia economica, entre ellas estan: Pieris rapae (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lee, 1987; Lee & Altner, 1986a, b; Lee et al., 1985; Lee, Kim, & Altner, 1988; Lee, Altner, Kim, & Kim, 1989) y Pieris brassicae (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lee & Altner, 1986b; Bogner, 1990); pero tambien en varias especies de Heliconiinae (Nymphalidae) (Krenn & Penz, 1998).
The North American Genus, Speyeria (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) (Cramer & Stoll 1777) is comprised of at least 16 species and over 100 named subspecies (Dunford 2009; De Moya 2017).
From Lepidoptera six species (Pieris brassicae, Anaphaeis aurota, Eurema nicippe, Eurema smilax, Catopsilia pomona and Pieris canidia) belonging to family Pieridae and one species each from Nymphalidae (Vanessa cardui), Erebidae (Callimorpha sp.) and Sphingidae (Macroglossum nycteris) were found to visit B.
Balogh, "Interspecific hybridization involving Limenitis archippus and its congeneric species (Nymphalidae)," Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, vol.
Em relacao a riqueza total, a maioria dos individuos pertence a familia Nymphalidae (73,56%), seguida por Pieridae (7,80%), Hesperiidae (6,10%), Notodontidae (5,25%), Geometridae (3,56%), Lycaenidae (1,52%), Arctiidae (1,02%), Crambidae (0,51%), Papilionidae (0,34%) e Riodinidae (0,34%).
Influence of mosquito control chemicals on butterflies (Nymphalidae, Lycaenidae, Hesperiidae) of the lower Florida Keys.