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Broader Terms:
   Lepidoptera (moths) 
   Macrolepidoptera 
   Obtectomera 

More Specific:
   Danaidae (milkweed butterflies) 
   Heliconiidae (heliconians) 
   Laniisoma 
   Libytheidae (snout butterflies) 
   Lycaenidae (coppers) 
   Nymphalidae (anglewings) 
   Papilionidae (swallowtails) 
   Parnassiidae (parnissians) 
   Pieridae (orange-tips) 
   Riodinidae (metalmarks) 
   Satyridae (satyrs) 
 
 
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Common Names: papillons, butterflies



81.  Molecular evolution of the wingless gene and its implications for the phylogenetic placement of the butterfly family Riodinidae (Lepidoptera: papilionoidea).LinkIT
Campbell DL, Brower AV, Pierce NE
Molecular biology and evolution, 2000
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82.  Phylogeny of Japanese papilionid butterflies inferred from nucleotide sequences of the mitochondrial ND5 gene.LinkIT
Yagi T, Sasaki G, Takebe H
Journal of molecular evolution, 1999
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83.  BUTTERFLIES AND PLANTS: A PHYLOGENETIC STUDY.LinkIT
Janz N, Nylin S
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 1998
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84.  ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING: Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea) of Roxborough State Park, Colorado, USA: Baseline Inventory, Community Attributes, and Monitoring PlanLinkIT
Nelson SM, Epstein ME
Environmental management, 1998
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85.  Phylogenetic studies of ribosomal RNA variation in higher moths and butterflies (Lepidoptera: Ditrysia).LinkIT
Weller SJ, Friedlander TP, Martin JA, Pashley DP
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 1992
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86.  PATTERNS OF QUANTITATIVE VARIATION IN LEPIDOPTERAN WING MORPHOLOGY: THE CONVERGENT GROUPS HELICONIINAE AND ITHOMIINAE (PAPILIONOIDEA: NYMPHALIDAE).LinkIT
Strauss RE
Evolution; international journal of organic evolution, 1990
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