2014
DOI: 10.1007/s10841-014-9650-8
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Functional composition and phenology of fruit-feeding butterflies in a fragmented landscape: variation of seasonality between habitat specialists

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“…Biblidinae 3, Charaxinae (4), Morphinae (10), Nymphalinae (2) and Satyrinae (10), with Morpho helenor being the dominant species for eight of the 12 surveyed months. It was interesting to note that none of the strong flyers, such as Morpho and Archaeoprepona (Fruhstorfer, 1915) species, ventured into the other land use types, as Brito et al (2014) suggested that strong flyers would explore different habitats that experienced different levels of disturbance. The dominance of M. helenor in secondary forests can be attributed to the ability of this species to exploit microhabitat conditions (e.g., sunlight patches with contrasting shade for basking and display) and nutritional resources (e.g., Inga sp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Biblidinae 3, Charaxinae (4), Morphinae (10), Nymphalinae (2) and Satyrinae (10), with Morpho helenor being the dominant species for eight of the 12 surveyed months. It was interesting to note that none of the strong flyers, such as Morpho and Archaeoprepona (Fruhstorfer, 1915) species, ventured into the other land use types, as Brito et al (2014) suggested that strong flyers would explore different habitats that experienced different levels of disturbance. The dominance of M. helenor in secondary forests can be attributed to the ability of this species to exploit microhabitat conditions (e.g., sunlight patches with contrasting shade for basking and display) and nutritional resources (e.g., Inga sp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Each species was placed in one of the following categories: (a) habitat specialist or species that had a single habitat supporting majority of its population: species with Sm > 0.9; (b) species with preference for a particular habitat but not necessarily a specialist of that habitat: species with 0.5 < Sm < 0.9; and (c) habitat generalist or species that had no single habitat supporting majority of its population: species with Sm < 0.5. Only species populations with five or more individuals were used in this calculation as Sm is sensitive to sample size (Brito et al 2014).…”
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“…Specially those butterflies with adaptive morphologies permit foraging flights under a regional scale [24]. It is also expected that species richness of forest specialists increase with increasing connectivity among fragments, as well as with the area of adjacent forest fragments, as already documented for butterflies (see [38]). Large fragments or continuous areas of forest can function as a continent in a source-sink system and the closest fragments as stepping stones (see [39] ) , facilitating the movement of species among fragments in a possible metacommunity dynamic (see [40]).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
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“…Los análisis de correlación de Spearman evidenciaron una tendencia positiva de la precipitación con respecto a la riqueza (r=0,39; p=0,0875; n=24; gl=22) y una relación significativa de la precipitación con la abundancia (r=0,5; p=0,00262; n=24; gl= 22). Este patrón de respuesta de la comunidad de mariposas a la precipitación concuerda con lo reportado en múltiples estudios (DeVries, et al, 1997;Shahabuddin & Terborgh, 1999;Hilt, et al, 2007;Luna, et al, 2010;Hussain, et al, 2011;Vargas, et al, 2011;Grøtan, et al, 2012;Sorto, 2013;Brito. et al, 2014;Kishimoto-Yamada & Itioka, 2015;Franzen, et al, 2017;Habel, et al, 2018).…”
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