Ordem Lepidoptera

Heliconius ethilla narcaea2-SJapiJundiaiSP-13-6-15-ASilveira Melanchroia chephise2-PqIbirapueraSP-BR-14-6-15-ASilveira

The Lepidoptera order consists of butterflies and moths. They are oviparous insects including caterpillars come out and turn into pupa or chrysalis, which become the adult or imago insect, known like butterflies or moths.
Are insects that delight people by their impressive transformations (metamorphosis) and the beauty of adults by their colors and graceful flights.

In Brazil a the great diversity of species of butterflies (about 3.300) and moths (about 23.000 species )

The observation of butterflies (Butterfly watching) is a very interesting form of recreation, not to mention that is very pleasant for those who like to be in contact with nature.

Here we present some of our records of these wonderful insects, with finalidad to help and encourage their observation and preservation. by Antonio Silveira.

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ORDEM LEPIDOPTERA (borboletas e mariposas / Butterflies and Moths)  :

TATURANAS VENENOSAS  (click para ver)

– BUTTERFLY WATCHING  (click para ver / click to see)

 REGISTROS DE BORBOLETAS/ BUTTERFLY RECORDS (click para ver/click to see)

– BORBOLETAS DO BRASIL / BUTTERFLIES OF BRAZIL (click para ver / click to see)

– BORBOLETAS DA CIDADE DE SÃO PAULO,SP,BR / BUTTERFLIES OF SAO PAULO CITY 

– BORBOLETAS DO PARQUE DO IBIRAPUERA-SP,BR / BUTTERFLIES OF IBIRAPUERA PARK,SP,BR

BORBOLETAS DO JARDIM BOTÂNICO DE SP,BR / BUTTERFLIES OF SÃO PAULO BOTANICAL GARDEN,BR

BORBOLETAS DA SERRA DE ITAPETINGA,ATIBAIA,SP,BR / BUTTERFLIES OF “SERRA DE ITAPETINGA”,SP,BR

BUTTERFLY WATCHING IN SERRA DE ITAPETINGA, ATIBAIA, SP, BRAZIL, OCTOBER 2015.

OBSERVANDO BORBOLETAS NA SERRA DO JAPI,SP.BRASIL

BORBOLETAS / BUTTERFLIES- VIDEOS BY ANTONIO SILVEIRA

JARDIM DAS BORBOLETAS / BUTTERFLY GARDEN

BUTTERFLIES OF ARUBA (CARIBBEAN)

– Butterfly-watching in Misiones,Argentina, April 2015, by Antonio Silveira.

BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS OF “SERRA DE ITAPETINGA”, ATIBAIA,SP, BR.

SOME SPECIES:

– Adelpha abia  (Hewitson, 1850); abia Hewitson 1850

– Anartia amathea roeselia (Eschscholtz, 1821)

Evenus regalis (Cramer, 1775) Regal Hairstreak

Mimoides protodamas (Godart, 1819)

–  Siproeta epaphus trayja Hübner, [1823]

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Antonio Silveira: 05-07-2015. last update: 02-11-2015. 24/8/2016. 03-11-2016.

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Biblioteca

  • Atividades
  • Expediente
  • Mais de 20 anos de existência
  • Parceria / Apoio
  • Registros por espécie/Records by species
  • Sons da Natureza/Sounds of Nature
  • Videos
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