Conserved ancestral tropical niche but different continental histories explain the latitudinal diversity gradient in brush-footed butterflies

Nicolas Chazot, Fabien L. Condamine, Gytis Dudas, Carlos Peña, Ullasa Kodandaramaiah, Pável Matos-Maraví, Kwaku Aduse-Poku, Marianne Elias, Andrew D. Warren, David J. Lohman, Carla M. Penz, Phil DeVries, Zdenek F. Fric, Soren Nylin, Chris Müller, Akito Y. Kawahara, Karina L. Silva-Brandão, Gerardo Lamas, Irena Kleckova, Anna ZubekElena Ortiz-Acevedo, Roger Vila, Richard I. Vane-Wright, Sean P. Mullen, Chris D. Jiggins, Christopher W. Wheat, Andre V.L. Freitas, Niklas Wahlberg

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