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Statistics of barcoding coverage

Barcode of Life Data Systems (BOLD) Stats
                                        
Specimen Records:1,118Public Records:299
Specimens with Sequences:921Public Species:69
Specimens with Barcodes:895Public BINs:73
Species:109         
Species With Barcodes:85         
          
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Locations of barcode samples

Collection Sites: world map showing specimen collection locations for Melitaeinae

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Melitaeini

Melitaeini are a group of brush-footed butterflies. Usually classified as a tribe of the Nymphalinae, they are sometimes raised to subfamily status as Melitaeinae. Common names include the highly ambiguous "fritillaries" (also used for some Heliconiinae), checkerspots, crescents, or crescentspots, and some genus-specific names.

Genera

The 20–25 genera of Melitaeini are divided among 5 subtribes; some species are also listed. The subtribes, in the presumed phylogenetic sequence, are:[1]

Subtribe Euphydryina

Subtribe Melitaeina

Subtribe Chlosynina

Subtribe Gnathotrichina

Subtribe Phyciodina

Footnotes

  1. ^ See references in Savela (2010)

References

  • Savela, Markku (2010): Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and some other life forms – Melitaeini. Version of 2010-JUN-30. Retrieved 2011-FEB-10.
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