SatyrodesAndrew V. Z. Brower
- Satyrodes eurydice
- Satyrodes appalachia
The sibling species of Satyrodes were only separated in 1970, on the basis of detailed study of ecological patterns (Cardé et al. 1970). Both of the North American genera Satyrodes and Enodia were formerly included in Lethe.
Cardé RT, Shapiro AM, and Clench HK. 1970. Sibling species in the eurydice group of Lethe (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). Psyche 77: 70-103.
Layberry RA, Hall PW, and LaFontaine JD. 1998. The butterflies of Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.
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