CBGP-GAS slideshows :  Saturniid and sphingid moths as novel models for the study of insect diversity and macroecology

Saturniid and sphingid moths as novel models for the study of insect diversity and macroecology
Les papillons de nuit (Saturnidés, Sphingidés) comme nouveaux modèles pour l'étude de la diversité et de la macroécologie des insectes


Presented by Ballesteros-Mejia, Liliana
MNHN postdoctorate Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris
Web link : The Hostplants and Caterpillars Database at the Natural History Museum
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Keywords:
barcodingbiodiversitybiodiversity (intraspecific)biogeographycommunity (arthropods)diversificationevolutionary ecologyGT1. Origin and characterization of biodiversityGT6. High-speed molecular and biocomputing approachesInsecta /  integrative taxonomy /  Lepidoptera (butterfly)life-history trait /  Macro-Ecology /  molecular ecologymoth (night butterfly)phylogeneticsphylogenyreference collection /  Saturnidae /  species richness /  Sphingidae /  tropicsworld /  .

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XP-104 / Talk delivered on 2018-10-09 / id: 85


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