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21 March 2019 Protrusion of the Androconial Organs of Lycorea halia atergatis Doubleday [1847] (Nymphalidae) from a Cloud Forest at Veracruz State, México
Fernando Hernández-Baz, Julio César Castañeda-Ortega, Liliana Lara-Capistrán, María Del Carmen Núñez-Camargo, Jorge M. González
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The protrusion of androconial organs of Lycorea halia atergatis Doubleday [1847] is reported herein. Androconial setae are inserted in the intersegmental membrane between the 8th tergite and the male genitalia. The butterfly species is typically found in cloud forests along the central mountains of Veracruz, Mexico.

Fernando Hernández-Baz, Julio César Castañeda-Ortega, Liliana Lara-Capistrán, María Del Carmen Núñez-Camargo, and Jorge M. González "Protrusion of the Androconial Organs of Lycorea halia atergatis Doubleday [1847] (Nymphalidae) from a Cloud Forest at Veracruz State, México," Southwestern Entomologist 44(1), 327-330, (21 March 2019). https://doi.org/10.3958/059.044.0136
Published: 21 March 2019
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