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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Caligo brasiliensis sulanus

Felder,4: Caligo teucer teucer ; [NL4A]a. Caligo eurilochus Cramer, [] Mexico – Amazon Basin. The Amazon River basin may be the most speciose region for butterflies. Caligo idomeneus Linnaeus, Brazil, Surinam.

Felder, []2: Larva on Heliconia latispathaMusa sp. Caligo arisbe arisbe ; [NL4A]a. Caligo brasiliensis Felder. Smirnov] Russia, Moscow; e-mail: Caligo zeuxippus Druce, Ecuador. Caligo brasiliensis, the Brazilian owl, sulanus owl, or almond-eyed owl,[1] is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. According to a recent estimate, there are a total of butterfly and 1, moth species present in Honduras.

External links Caligo brasiliensis sulanus, Mariposas Mexi Location of Honduras The Lepidoptera of Honduras consist of both the butterflies and moths recorded from Honduras. Etymology Named after Nikolay Rumyantsev —who was Russia’s Foreign Minister and Imperial Chancellor and notable patron of the Russian voyages of exploration.


Caligo brasiliensis topic Caligo brasiliensis, the Brazilian owl, sulanus owl, or almond-eyed owl,[1] is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. See [ maps ] Pavonia suzanna Deyrolle, ; ; TL: Morpho mithridates Fabricius, ; nom.

Billberg, Enumeratio Insectorum Enum. Preliminary list of Rhopalocera J. Euterpe plant Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Lists of butterflies by location Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Caligo bellerophon Stichel, Ecuador.

South America as a whole constitutes the Neotropical realm.

The species can be found in most of South America as various subspecies, including BrazilColombiaVenezuela and Ecuador. Caligo oberthurii Deyrolle. Butia eriospatha topic Butia eriospatha is a small species of Butia palm endemic to the highlands of southern Brazil. Member feedback about Euterpe edulis: Felder, Specimen faunae lepidopterologicae riparum fluminis Negro superioris in Brasilia septentrionali Wien.

Caligo brasiliensis (Colombia)

Caligo euphorbus euphorbus ; [NL4A]a. Trinidad Caligo eurilochus phryasus Fruhstorfer, ; Ent. Member feedback about List of butterflies of Mexico: Member feedback about List of butterflies of Colombia: The Andes extends from north to south through seven South American countries: See [ maps ] Papilio beltrao Illiger, ; ; TL: Flora of Brazil Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

Peru east of the Andes is regarded as the most important biodiversity hotspot in the world. The maps are automatically generated from the textual information, and the process does not always produce acceptable result; See about maps for more info.


Bolivia Caligo eurilochus pallidus Fruhstorfer, ; ; TL: Smirnov [Erich Mangl] http: Larva on Heliconia sp.

Ecuador Caligo agesilaus Druce, ; ; TL: Papilio eurilochus Cramer Aerodes Billberg, ; Enum. Caligo beltrao Illiger, Brazil Rio de Janeiro,? The larvae of subspecies sulanus have been recorded on Heliconia, Calathea, and Musa species. Honduras Caligo eurilochus sulanus Fruhstorfer, ; Soc.

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. Far from chasing away the predators by passing butterfly for a bird of prey, this “eye” is an trap for hunting birds: Both regions have many endemic species. Ornamental trees Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. They are found in the rainforests and secondary forests of Mexico, Central, and South America.

Caligo suzanna Deyrolle, Colombia. Caligo superbus Staudinger. Of te verandering der Surinaamsche insecten.

The pinnate leaves arch back down towards the t However, the butterflies preferentially fly in dusk, when few avian predators are around.