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Revista chilena de entomología

versión impresa ISSN 0034-740Xversión On-line ISSN 0718-8994

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VILLALOBOS-MORENO, Alfonso; CEPEDA-OLAVE, Néstor; SALAZAR-ESCOBAR, Julián A.  y  AGUDELO-MARTINEZ, Juan Carlos. Butterflies of the family Pieridae (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea) of the Frio river basin, northeastern Andes of Santander, Colombia. Rev. chil. entomol. [online]. 2020, vol.46, n.3, pp.533-543. ISSN 0034-740X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.35249/rche.46.3.20.20.

The sample was collected during the Characterization of wild Entomofauna of the Frio river basin jurisdiction of CDMB, in secondary forests in an altitudinal gradient from 1,000 to 2,911 masl. 79 specimens of the family Pieridae were collected, belonging to 13 genera of which Leptophobia had 5 species, and Catasticta and Eurema had 3 species each. We obtained 22 species distributed in six sampling locations, where the highest richness of species was in Diviso Experimental Center with 12 species and Esperanza Experimental Center with 10. The analysis of the inventory quality showed a potential richness of 32.81 species, a proportion of the observed species of 67.05% and a sampling effort of 76.41%. The comparison of inventories for each locality showed a certain similarity between La Nevera, La Mariana and La Judia, and fewer similarities with El Diviso. While La Esperanza had the least similarity with all the others sampling locations, which could be explained by the altitudinal distance from the other localities.

Palabras clave : Altitudinal gradient; Colombian Andes; diversity; inventory quality; similarity.

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