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Evolution of the color pattern in the microlepidopterous genus Lithocolletis
Annette Frances Braun
1914 in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Statement||by Annette Frances Braun.|
|LC Classifications||QL561.T7 B65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. -168.|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||14005551|
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Evolution of the color pattern in the microlepidopterous genus Lithocolletis, (Philadelphia, ), by Annette Frances Braun (page images at HathiTrust) Zoological recreations. (Philadelphia, Lea and Blanchard, ), by William John Broderip (page images at HathiTrust) Journal of entomology and zoology.
addition to many published scientific papers, she produced 4 monographs: Evolution of the color pattern in the microlepidopterous genus Lithocolletis (); Elachistidae of North America (); the genus Bacculatrix in America north of Mexico (); Tischeriidae of America north of.
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A phylogenetic approach was used to study color pattern evolution in Vanessa butterflies. Twenty-four color pattern elements from the Nymphalid ground plan were identified on the dorsal and. Lithocolletis Hübner, Type species: Phalaena rajella Linnaeus, by subsequent designation by Walsingham, Status: invalid [transferred to Phyllonorycter] References Additional references.
Deschka, G. Zwei neue paläarktische Lithocolletis-Arten (Vorläufige Beschreibungen). The Ecology and Evolution of Heliconius Butterflies is the first thorough and accessible treatment of the ecology, genetics, and behaviour of these butterflies, exploring how they offer remarkable insights into tropical biodiversity.
The book starts by outlining some of the evolutionary questions that Heliconius research has helped to address Cited by: Revision of the North American species of the genus Lithocolletis Hübner.
Trans. ent. Soc. –pl. XX–XXIV. Braun, A.F. Evolution of the color pattern in the microlepidopterous genxs Lithocolletis.
Lithocolletis blancardella Fabricius on apple in eastern North America. The taxonomic bias, however, is profound: at this level of resolution almost all available information is for diurnal lizards. Therefore, we focus on case studies, for which there are as complete causal sequences of colour evolution as possible, from phenotypic expression of variation in colour, to ongoing selection in the by: have ignored color pattern.
A color pat-tern can be regarded as a mosaic of col-ored spots or patches of various sizes, colors and shapes. Some striking examples of color pattern polymorphisms remain largely unexplained, for example in Par-tula and Cepaea (Clarke and Murray, ; Jones et al., ).
In three fish species, the frequency of a. Introduction. Recent interest has focused on the genetic basis of convergent evolution [1,2].Adaptive convergence between unrelated species, exemplified by colour pattern mimicry in insects , has led to a long-standing controversy about the relative contribution of gradual evolution driven by natural selection  versus occasional phenotypic leaps facilitated by.
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