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graduation at Ciências Biológicas (Bacharelado) from Universidade Federal de São Paulo (2011), master's at Ecologia e Evolução from Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Campus Diadema (2014) and doctorate at Sistemática, Taxonomia Animal e Biodiversidade from Universidade de São Paulo (2018). Has experience in General Biology, acting on the following subjects: taxonomy, genitalia, entomologia, filogenia and morphology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Genitalia are recognized as the most divergent structures, especially those of males. Their rapid rates of evolution and extraordinary anatomic and functional complexity have been widely approached in ecological and evolutionary studies. Despite the growing interest in these structures, different gaps have been repeatedly pointed out in recent reviews, including: (1) a disproportional f...
High interspecific variability on male genitalia is one of the most widespread phenomenon across animals. In contrast, female genitalia are severally overlooked for many groups, often assumed as invariable in studies of taxonomy, systematics and evolution. The processes responsible for such patterns are still to be fully understood, but several evidences have been pointing sexual select...
The genus Chinavia Orian comprises 79 species broadly distributed in the Afrotropical, Neartic and Neotropical regions. Some species groups have been proposed based on morphological similarity, as the geniculata group. That group includes 13 species broadly distributed in South America, that shows unique patterns of body shape and genital morphology. Those genital features are often use...
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