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Type: Artigo
Title: Butterflies collected using malaise traps as useful bycatches for ecology and conservation
Author: Rosa, Augusto Henrique Batista
Perillo, Lucas Neves
Neves, Frederico Siqueira
Ribeiro, Danilo Bandini
Freitas, André Victor Lucci
Abstract: From 2013 to 2016, a study using malaise was carried out throughout the Espinhaço Mountain range in the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Bahia. A total of 1,000 butterflies belonging to six families, namely Pieridae (n=353), Nymphalidae (n=274), Hesperiidae (n=205), Lycaenidae (n=139), Riodinidae (n=17), and Papilionidae (n=12), were captured during this period. Because of the collecting method, most butterflies became mangled and resulted in faded colours, making them difficult to be identified. Nevertheless, three interesting species were identified in the collected material as they were either threatened, endemic, or undescribed. These new records highlight the importance of storing and making available all collected material, including bycatches, since this can provide important information for studies on ecology, taxonomy, and conservation
Subject: Borboleta
Armadilhas para insetos
Ecologia
Conservação
Country: Índia
Editor: Wildlife Information Liaison Development Society
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.11609/jot.4908.11.9.14235-14237
Address: https://www.threatenedtaxa.org/index.php/JoTT/article/view/4919
Date Issue: 2019
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