- Research Grants
Eduardo de Proença Barbosa in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The subtribe Euptychiina (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) is composed by approximately 400 species distributed almost exclusively in the American continent (Neartic and Neotropical regions) with only one species representing the group in the Asian continent (Oriental region). Due to be basically composed by species that present a wing color pattern predominantly brown, the identification to gen...
The high diversity of Satyrinae, with approximately 2500 species, could be responsible to the uncertainty and taxonomic difficult in the group classification, one of the less known groups of butterflies, especially in the Neotropical region. This difficult could be also due to the sparse phylogenetic and biogeographical knowledge of the group in the region. Among the Satyrinae groups th...
To fully understanding the global biodiversity has become an urgent task for scientists before the increasing anthropogenic pressures wipes it out of the Earth. In order to achieve that goal one way that must be followed is to know how many species there are on this planet and how they relate to each other in an evolutionary way, which makes systematics and taxonomy crucial areas in bio...
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