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Type: Artigo
Title: Four new species of Moneuptychia (Lepidoptera: Satyrinae: Euptychiina) from Brazil
Author: Freitas, Andre V. L.
Barbosa, Eduardo P.
Siewert, Ricardo R.
Mielke, Olaf H. H.
Zacca, Thamara
Azeredo-Espin, Ana Maria L.
Abstract: This paper describes four new species of Moneuptychia as follows: M. montana Freitas, M. vitellina Freitas & Barbosa, M. pervagata Freitas, Siewert & Mielke and M. wahlbergi Freitas, Barbosa, Siewert & Mielke from south and southeastern Brazil. Details are presented on the morphology of adults of all species, and immature stages for two species, and we discuss the taxonomy and identification of the genus Moneuptychia. The mitochondrial CoxI "barcode" region was used for exploring the utility of this DNA marker to identify these species, giving strong support for all new species.
This paper describes four new species of Moneuptychia as follows: M. montana Freitas, M. vitellina Freitas & Barbosa, M. pervagata Freitas, Siewert & Mielke and M. wahlbergi Freitas, Barbosa, Siewert & Mielke from south and southeastern Brazil. Details are presented on the morphology of adults of all species, and immature stages for two species, and we discuss the taxonomy and identification of the genus Moneuptychia. The mitochondrial CoxI "barcode" region was used for exploring the utility of this DNA marker to identify these species, giving strong support for all new species.
Subject: Lepidópteros - Mata Atlântica
Espécies
Morfologia (Animais)
Lepidópteros - Classificação
Códigos de barras de DNA
Country: Nova Zelândia
Editor: Magnolia Press
Citation: Four New Species Of Moneuptychia (lepidoptera: Satyrinae: Euptychiina) From Brazil. Magnolia Press, v. 3981, p. 521-541 Jul-2015.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3981.4.4
Address: https://mapress.com/zootaxa/list/2015/3981(4).html
Date Issue: 2015
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