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Article: A new Hermeuptychia (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) is sympatric and synchronic with H. sosybius in southeast US coastal plains, while another new Hermeuptychia species – not hermes – inhabits south Texas and northeast Mexico
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A new Hermeuptychia (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) is sympatric and synchronic with H. sosybius in southeast US coastal plains, while another new Hermeuptychia species – not hermes – inhabits south Texas and northeast Mexico

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Article

Date of Publication

Original Publication

ZooKeys

Volume

379

Pages

43-91

Subjects

Biodiversity , cryptic species , DNA barcodes , female genitalia , Hermeuptychia cucullina , Hermeuptychia gisella , Hermeuptychia sosybius kappeli , Neotropical , satyr

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Pensoft Publishers

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.379.6394

Title

A new Hermeuptychia (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) is sympatric and synchronic with H. sosybius in southeast US coastal plains, while another new Hermeuptychia species – not hermes – inhabits south Texas and northeast Mexico

By

Cong, Qian
Grishin, Nick

Type

Article

Date of Publication

2014

Original Publication

ZooKeys

Volume

379

Pages

43-91

Subjects

Biodiversity , cryptic species , DNA barcodes , female genitalia , Hermeuptychia cucullina , Hermeuptychia gisella , Hermeuptychia sosybius kappeli , Neotropical , satyr

Contributed by

Pensoft Publishers

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.379.6394

Language

English

Published by

Pensoft Publishers 2014

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TI - A new Hermeuptychia (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae) is sympatric and synchronic with H. sosybius in southeast US coastal plains, while another new Hermeuptychia species – not hermes – inhabits south Texas and northeast Mexico
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