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Coliadinae Mating Dainty Sulfurs (Nathalis iole) Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Subfamily: Coliadinae Swainson, 1827 Tribes Coliadini Euremini Goniopterygini and see text Common Emigrant Catopsilia pomona in Keesara, Rangareddy district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Coliadinae, the sulfurs, sulphurs, or yellows, are a subfamily of butterflies with about 300 described species. There are 36 species in North America, where they range from Mexico to northern Canada. Males of most species are different from females, including, (for example, in the genera Colias and Gonepteryx) brilliant UV reflections which the females lack.[1] Systematics The Coliadinae can be arranged in the 3 traditional tribes and a basal lineage, with one genus of unclear placement. The taxa—including some selected species—are arranged here in the presumed phylogenetic sequence, from the most ancient lineages to the most modern ones:[2] Basal lineage Kricogonia Reakirt, 1863 Nathalis Boisduval, [1836] Euremini Terias Swainson, 1821 Pyrisitia Butler, 1870 Abaeis Hübner, [1819] Eurema Hübner, [1819] – grass yellows Leucidia Doubleday, [1847] Teriocolias Roeber 1909 Goniopterygini Dercas Doubleday, [1847] – sulphurs Gonepteryx Leach, [1815] – brimstones Coliadini Catopsilia Hübner, [1819] – emigrants Colias Fabricius, 1807 – clouded yellows Zerene Hübner, [1819] Zerene eurydice – California Dogface Butterfly Anteos Hübner, [1819] – angled-sulphurs Aphrissa Butler, 1873 Phoebis Hübner, [1819] Phoebis sennae – Cloudless Sulphur Phoebis avellaneda – Red-splashed Sulphur Prestonia Schaus, 1920 Prestonia clarki Schaus, 1920 Rhabdodryas Godman & Salvin, [1889] Rhabdodryas trite (Linnaeus, 1758) Incertae sedis Gandaca Moore, [1906] Gandaca harina (Horsfield, [1829]) – Tree Yellow Footnotes ^ Lim & Li (2005) ^ Brower (2006) References Brower, Andrew V.Z. (2006): Tree of Life Web Project - Coliadinae. Version of 2006-NOW-16. Retrieved 2008-AUG-07. Lim, M.L.M. & Li, D. (2005): Extreme ultraviolet sexual dimorphism in jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89(3): 397-406. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2006.00704.x (HTML abstract) Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Coliadinae This Pieridae-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e