Definition of Rhopalocera. Meaning of Rhopalocera. Synonyms of Rhopalocera

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Definition of Rhopalocera

Rhopalocera
Rhopalocera Rhop`a*loc"e*ra, n. pl. [NL., from Gr. ??? a club + ??? ahorn.] (Zo["o]l.) A division of Lepidoptera including all the butterflies. They differ from other Lepidoptera in having club-shaped antenn[ae].

Meaning of Rhopalocera from wikipedia

- Butterflies are insects in the macrolepidopteran clade Rhopalocera from the order Lepidoptera, which also includes moths. Adult butterflies have large...
- monophyletic: Microlepidoptera and Macrolepidoptera, Heterocera and Rhopalocera, Jugatae and Frenatae, Monotrysia and Ditrysia. Although the rules for...
- (ed.), Coleopterorum Catalogus. W. Junk, Berlin, 1000 + pages. Also Rhopalocera Aethiopica (1898), major contributions to Adalbert Seitz's Die Großschmetterlinge...
- Butterflies are a natural monophyletic group, often given the suborder Rhopalocera, which includes Papilionoidea (true butterflies), Hesperiidae (skippers)...
- December 2018. Henley Grose-Smith and William Forsell Kirby,1887-1902 Rhopalocera exotica; being illustrations of new, rare, and unfigured species of butterflies...
- his interest in natural history, and resulted in the publication of Rhopalocera Malayana (1882–1886), a description of the butterflies of the Malay Peninsula...
- superfamily Hesperioidea, because they are morphologically distinct from other Rhopalocera (butterflies), which mostly belong to the typical butterfly superfamily...
- volume: 26 issue: 977 pages: 989. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, Art. 75.3.7 BOA Photographs of type specimens of Neotropical Rhopalocera....
- they fall into eight different families. The butterflies form the clade Rhopalocera, which is composed of three superfamilies: Hedyloidea (the moth butterfly...
- are only as closely related to each other as either is to butterflies (Rhopalocera). Most bagworms are inoffensive to humans and incon****uous; some are...