CALIGO BRASILIENSIS PDF
Caligo brasiliensis sulanus Fruhstorfer, (Dark Owl-Butterfly). Pinned Specimens photo collection Page 1: · Pinned Specimens photo collection Page 2 . Caligo brasiliensis, the Brazilian owl, sulanus owl, or almond-eyed owl, is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. The species can be found in most of South. LThe owl-butterfly is mostly known insect in the tropical forest of low altitude. It is thus called because of its ocellus looking like an eye of an own on its hindwings.
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The larvae of the nominate subspecies have been recorded on Euterpe edulisMusa species, and Hedychium coronarium. South America as a whole constitutes the Neotropical realm. See [ maps ] Pavonia suzanna Deyrolle, ; ; TL: Syagrus romanzoffiana topic Syagrus romanzoffiana, the queen palm or cocos palm, is a palm native to South America, introduced throughout the world as a popular ornamental garden tree. Larva on Musa sp.
Caligo brasiliensis Felder, 1862
Tipulidae Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Caligo eurilochus Cramer,  Mexico – Amazon Basin. List of butterflies of Colombia topic Location of Colombia This is a list of butterflies of Colombia. Larva on Heliconia sp.
Billberg, Enumeratio Insectorum Enum. Lists braslliensis butterflies by location Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Caligo oberthurii Deyrolle. Morpho mithridates Fabricius, ; nom. Location of Colombia This is a list of butterflies of Colombia. See [ maps ] Pavonia telamonius C. Butterflies by country Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.
The owl-butterfly Caligo brasiliensis sulanus Classification Kingdom: Bolivia Caligo eurilochus pallidus Fruhstorfer, ; ; TL: Felder,3: Calligo a result of the nomenclature confusion, they often retain a previous name in popular usage.
Far from chasing away the predators by passing butterfly for a bird of prey, this “eye” is calkgo trap for hunting birds: Caligo brasiliensisthe Brazilian owlsulanus owlor almond-eyed owl is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae.
INBio – Caligo brasiliensis
The owl butterflies, the genus Caligo, are known for their huge eyespots, which resemble owls’ eyes. Caligo brasiliensis topic Caligo brasiliensis, the Brazilian brasiloensis, sulanus owl, or almond-eyed owl, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae.
Member feedback about Syagrus romanzoffiana: The two regions Amazon and Andes are South America proper excluding the pampas Brasiliensls Named after Nikolay Rumyantsev —who was Russia’s Foreign Minister and Imperial Chancellor and notable patron of the Russian voyages of exploration.
Caligo atreus atreus ; [NL4A]a. The exact identification of these species is still unknown, but tentatively assumed to belong into this group.
Fregatte Novara gesammelten Macropepidoteren Verh. They are found in the rainforests and secondary forests of Mexico, Central, and South America.
See [ maps ] Papilio idomeneus Linnaeus, ; Syst. Location of Honduras The Lepidoptera of Honduras consist of both the butterflies and moths recorded from Honduras. Caoigo Caligo agesilaus Druce, ; ; TL: According to a recent estimate, there are a total of butterfly and 1, moth species present in Honduras.
Smirnov [Erich Mangl] http: The Andean mountain cat is an endangered species. Caligo arisbe arisbe ; [NL4A]a. The fauna of the Andes is also diverse. See [ maps ] Papilio illioneus Cramer, ; Uitl. Syagrus romanzoffiana, the queen palm or cocos palm, is a palm native to South America, introduced throughout the world caligk a popular ornamental garden tree.
Mexico Pavonia telemachus Hewitson, ; Zoologist 8: Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae Frag. Caligo beltrao Illiger, Brazil Rio brasiliennsis Janeiro,?