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Erionotini Distant 1886

Andrew V. Z. Brower
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Containing group: Hesperiinae

Introduction

It is likely that this group of genera is not monophyletic. Although almost all the genera occur in the Old World tropics, the former subfamily "Megathyminae" falls out within this group.

References

Warren, A. D., J. Ogawa and A. V. Z. Brower. (in preparation). Phylogenetic relationships of subfamilies and circumscription of tribes in the family Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea).

Title Illustrations
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Scientific Name Alera manu
Location Posadas Amazonas, Rio Tambopata, Peru
Comments This is probably the first photograph taken of a living Manu skipper first identified by Dr. Olaf H. H. Mielk last year.
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source Manu Skipper
Source Collection Neotropical Butterflies
Copyright © 2006 Rick Ceck
Scientific Name Pyroneura latoia
Location Singapore
Specimen Condition Live Specimen
Source Skipper (Hesperiidae)
Source Collection Flickr
ToL image Use creative commons This image is licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Creative Commons License.
Copyright © 2006 budak
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Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

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Brower, Andrew V. Z. 2007. Erionotini Distant 1886. Version 04 March 2007 (under construction). http://tolweb.org/Erionotini/95156/2007.03.04 in The Tree of Life Web Project, http://tolweb.org/

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