Belenois aurota

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Belenois aurota
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Clasificación científica
Reinu: Animalia
Filu: Arthropoda
Clas: Insecta
Orde: Lepidoptera
Suborde: Glossata
Infraorde: Heteroneura
División: Ditrysia
Superfamilia: Papilionoidea
Familia: Pieridae
Subfamilia: Pierinae
Xéneru: Belenois
Especie: B. aurota
(Fabricius, 1793)[1]
Distribución
Área de distribución de Belenois aurota
Área de distribución de Belenois aurota
Sinonimia
  • Papilio aurota Fabricius, 1793
  • Anaphaeis aurota
  • Papilio mesentina Cramer, 1780
  • Papilio augusta Olivier, 1807
  • Pinacopteryx syrinx Wallengren, 1860
  • Pieris lordaca Walker, 1870
  • Belenois auriginea Butler, 1886
  • Pieris mesentina ab. iris Gauckler, 1912
  • Pieris mesentina ab. sulphurea Gauckler, 1912
  • Pieris mesentina f. pusillima Strand, 1915
  • Pieris mesentina ab. punctifera Hulstaert, 1924
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Belenois aurota ye una especie de caparina, de la familia de les pieridae, que foi descrita orixinalmente col nome de Papilio aurota, por Fabricius, en 1793, a partir d'exemplares procedentes de la India.[2][1][3]

Distribución[editar | editar la fonte]

Belenois aurota ta distribuyida ente les rexones afrotropical, Indo-Malasia, paleártica y foi reportada en 22 países.[4][5][6]

Plantes güespedes[editar | editar la fonte]

Los canesbes de Belenois aurota  aliméntense de plantes de la familia Brassicaceae. Ente les plantes güespedes reportaes atópense Boscia albitrunca, Boscia oleoides, Capparis fascicularis, Capparis sepiaria, Capparis tomentosa, Maerua angolensis, Maerua cafra, Boscia senegalensis, Capparis cartilaginea, Capparis sicula herbacea, Capparis baducca, Capparis spinosa, Maerua cylindrocarpa.[7][8][9][10]

Referencies[editar | editar la fonte]

  1. 1,0 1,1 G. Lamas (2008) Checklist of Pieridae of the World, compartido por J. Mallet en The Taxome Project Home Page (Consultáu en marzu 2013)
  2. Ent. syst.
  3. Entomology collection, MZLU; ENT collection, YPM; ICMI collection, ICMI; I collection, YCM; YCM-I collection, YCM; M.-E. de Selys-Longchamps collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Collection Générale Rhopalocera collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Observations collection, iNaturalist; Ent collection, South African Museum; Albany Museum collection, sabca; SABCA collection, sabca; Iziko South African Museum collection, sabca; Durban Natural Science Museum collection, sabca; National Museum collection, sabca; Natal Museum collection, sabca; East London Museum collection, sabca; ENT collection, HYO; Albertine_butterfly collection, MRAC; SHIBA collection, MNHAH; Entomology collection, RMCA; consultáu a través del Portal de datos de GBIF el 2013-07-26
  4. Markku Savela (1999-2013) Lepidoptera and some other life forms. http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/papilionoidea/pieridae/pierinae/belenois/index.html (Consultáu n'avientu 2012)
  5. Mark C. Williams (2003) Afrotropical Checklist from Afrotropical Butterflies and Skippers, digitalizado por Fernley Symons y compartido por J. Mallet en The Taxome Project Home Page (Consultáu en marzu 2013)
  6. Entomology collection, MZLU; ENT collection, YPM; ICMI collection, ICMI; I collection, YCM; YCM-I collection, YCM; M.-E. de Selys-Longchamps collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Collection Générale Rhopalocera collection, Royal Belgian Institute of natural Sciences; Observations collection, iNaturalist; Ent collection, South African Museum; Albany Museum collection, sabca; SABCA collection, sabca; Iziko South African Museum collection, sabca; Durban Natural Science Museum collection, sabca; National Museum collection, sabca; Natal Museum collection, sabca; East London Museum collection, sabca; ENT collection, HYO; Albertine_butterfly collection, MRAC; SHIBA collection, MNHAH; Entomology collection, RMCA; consultáu a través del Portal de datos de GBIF el 2013-07-26
  7. HOSTS - A Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants.
  8. Butterflies of West Africa.
  9. Lepidoptera of Southern Africa.
  10. Evolution of llarval host plant associations and adaptive radiation in pierid butterflies.Markku Savela (1999-2013) Lepidoptera and some other life forms. http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/insecta/lepidoptera/ditrysia/papilionoidea/pieridae/pierinae/belenois/index.html (Consultáu n'avientu 2012)