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Investigation of Butterfly Diversity in Longxi-Hongkou National Nature Reserve, Sichuan
Author of the article:DOU Liang1, CAO Shuting1, CHENG Xiang1, YANG Biao2*, SHANG Tao3, HE Dong3, HU Li3, LI Ye4
Author's Workplace:1. Key Laboratory of Bio-Resource and Eco-Environment of Ministry of Education, Key Laboratory of Conservation Biology on Endangered Wildlife of Sichuan Province, College of Life Sciences, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610065, China;
2. Key Laboratory of Southwest China Wildlife Resources Conservation(Ministry of Education), China West Normal University, Nanchong, Sichuan Province 637002, China;
3. Longxi-Hongkou National Nature Reserve Administration Bureau, Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province 611830, China;
4. Chengdu Kang-Hua Community Development Center, Chengdu 610017, China
Key Words:Longxi-Hongkou National Nature Reserve; butterfly; diversity; directory
Abstract:Through the investigation of butterflies in Sichuan Longxi-Hongkou National Nature Reserve and its surrounding areas in April to September of 2017, a total of 933 butterfly specimens belonging to 98 species, 55 genera and 10 families were collected. Among these butterfly specimens, Nymphalidae butterflies had the dominant species number (27), followed by Satyridae (25) and Lycaenidae (14). Acraeidae (1) and Amathusiidae (1) had the least species number. Nymphalidae had the highest individual number (225, 24.12%), followed by Pieridae (224, 24.01%) and Satyridae (153, 16.40%), and the least were Danaidae (5, 0.53%) and Amathusiidae (3, 0.32%). Among the butterflies collected in July, the number of species (70, 71.43%), or the number of butterflies (284, 30.44%) were the largest. Among the 98 butterfly species in the reserve, there were 38 Oriental species, 9 Palaearctic species, and 51 widespread species. Moreover, Oriental and Palearctic species accounted for 80.9% and 19.1% if the widespread species was excluded. Therefore, the Oriental species was the dominant butterfly species in the reserve. The Palaearctic species accounted for only 9.2% if the widespread species was included.
2018,37(6): 703-709 收稿日期:2018-03-19
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