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Remarkable sexual dimorphism, rarity and cryptic species: a revision of the ‘aegrota species group’ of the Neotropical butterfly genus Caeruleuptychia Forster, 1964 with the description of three new species (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae)

Erscheinungsjahr: 
2018
Vollständiger Titel: 
Remarkable sexual dimorphism, rarity and cryptic species: a revision of the ‘aegrota species group’ of the Neotropical butterfly genus Caeruleuptychia Forster, 1964 with the description of three new species (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae)
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Publiziert in: 
Insect Systematics & Evolution
Publikationstyp: 
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
DOI Name: 
10.1163/1876312X-00002167
Keywords: 
Amazonian forest; DNA barcode; eastern Andes; Euptychiina; lectotype; Magneuptychia; synonym; taxonomy
Bibliographische Angaben: 
Nakahara, S., Zacca, T., Huertas, B., Neild, A. F. E. , Hall, J. P. W., Lamas, G., Hollian, L.A., Espeland, M., Willmott K. R. (2018): Remarkable sexual dimorphism, rarity and cryptic species: a revision of the ‘aegrota species group’ of the Neotropical butterfly genus Caeruleuptychia Forster, 1964 with the description of three new species (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae). Insect Systematics & Evolution 49 (2): 130-182
Abstract: 

The ‘aegrota species group’ of the Neotropical nymphalid genus Caeruleuptychia Forster, 1964, in addition to three other super cially similar, enigmatic species in the genus, are revised. A lectotype is designated for Euptychia aegrota Butler, 1867, E. aetherialis Butler, 1877 stat. rev., E. helios Weymer, 1911 and E. pilata Butler, 1867, and C. aetherialis is resurrected from its synonymy with C. aegrotaCaeruleuptychia helios caelestissima Brévignon, 2010, syn. nov., and Magneuptychia keltoumae Brévignon & Benmesbah, 2012, syn. nov. are both regarded as junior subjective synonyms of C. helios (Weymer, 1911), as a result of the discovery and rst illustration of the female of this taxon. e female of C. aegrota is also described and illustrated for the rst time, and three new species, C. trembathi Willmott, Nakahara, Hall & Neild,sp. nov., C. scripta Nakahara, Zacca & Huertas, sp. nov., and C. maryzenderae Lamas & Nakahara, sp. nov. are described and named. We analyze morphological and molecular data separately, in addition to combining morphological data with molecular data, to provide the rst phylogenetic hypothesis for the taxa treated in this revision.