- Research Grants
Mario Alejandro Marín Uribe in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
The subfamily Satyrinae is one of the most diverse groups of neotropical butterflies, with more than 1200 species described in 137 genera. The group is widely distributed in the Neotropical region, occurring from sea level to more than 4000 meters in altitude, being the dominant butterflies in most habitats. The subfamily have their greatest diversity in the Amazon, Atlantic Rainforest ...
The clade "Pareuptychia" is a group of mostly Neotropical butterflies distribution being from the sea level to 2600 meters, offers a valuable opportunity to study the biogeographic history of Neotropical low and highland, a clade that has its greatest diversity in the lower and mountain rainforests. The group is classified into Euptychiina one of the most diverse subtribe of Satyrinae, ...
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