2 edition of monograph of the pierine genus Delias. found in the catalog.
monograph of the pierine genus Delias.
Written in English
|Contributions||Joicey, James John, 1870-1932, British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Entomology.|
|LC Classifications||QL561 P5 T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||656|
unstudied), the allied genus Delias in the Old World uses Loranthaceae extensively, and their pupation behaviors are similar to those of Pereute; both genera follow the theoretical lines of coevolution of butterflies and plants of taxonomic relatedness. Thus the genera Pereute and Perrhybris both appear to be erroneous records on Lauraceae. A Monograph of the Pittidae, or, Family of Ant Thrushes. New York: D. Appleton and Company, Author ELLIOT, Daniel Giraud () Format/binding Folio Book condition Used Quantity available 1 Publisher on & Co Place of Publication New York Date published Bookseller catalogs Ornithology;.
The genus Isodemis Diakonoff, in China is reviewed, with seven species recognized. Three new species are described: Isodemis quadrata sp. n., Isodemis guangxiensis sp. n. and Isodemis hainanensis sp. n. The female of Isodemis stenotera Diakonoff, is described for the first time. Variation within Isodemis illiberalis (Meyrick, ) and Isodemis stenotera is briefly Author: Yinghui Sun, Houhun Li. 22 Suara Serangga Papua, , 7 (1) Juli - September A result of a recent survey adds one new species of this genus, ana spec. nov., here described from Papua, Indonesia. In ana spec. nov. was discovered at Walmak, District of Nipsan, in the central Mountain area of Papua.
of the tribe Cochylini from China, and to list the described Chinese Cochylini species to show the distribution data. MAterIAl And Methods This study is based on the examination of specimens deposited in the Insect Collection, College of Life Sciences, Nankai University (NKUM) and the related literature. The. The species pictured in my book is, E. brachyura. Obviously, you have seen the plate that Joe posted on his webpage. Scott Butterflies of North America Talbot Monograph of the Pierine Genus Delias - 6 published parts bound in 2 volumes. Parts are reproductions of the original with hand-inserted color photographic plates.
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A monograph of the pierine genus Delias Unknown Binding – January 1, by George Talbot (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import, January 1, "Please retry" Author: G Talbot. Comparison of some numerical data between the belisama group of the genus Delias Hübner (Insecta: Lepidoptera) from Bali Island (–): A Monograph of the Pierine genus Delias,British Museum (Natural History), London.
Google Scholar. Yagishita, A., S. Nakano and S. Monta. Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Author: Sadaharu Morinaka. A monograph of the pierine genus Delias, v + p., 2 illus., LXXI pl. (part. col.), in six parts (–).
The first five parts were published by John Bale, Sons & Danielsson under the auspices of the Hill Museum (–); the last part by. Talbot, G. Monograph of the Pierine genus Delias. Dixey, F.A. () On the phylogeny of the Pierinae, as illustrated by their wing-markings and geographical distribution.
Trans- actions of the Entomological Society of London, 2, – Wallace, A.R. () On the Pieridae of the Indian and Australian Regions. The genus Delia is part of the fly family Anthomyiidae.
The genus Delia contains approximately – species worldwide (excluding Neotropical species). At present about species are recorded from the Palaearctic region, and species from the Nearctic region, 44 of which are Holarctic.
Afrotropical fauna includes 20 Delia species. Griffiths described 49 new species in Class: Insecta. In this study, we test the proficiency of DNA barcoding in taxon delimitation of a sample of Delias species. With more than species, Delias is the most speciose and diverse genus of.
Abstract. The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched. Of the names treated, (c. 80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or by: The female of Delias aestiva smithersi Daniels, comb.
nov. from northern Australia is illustrated and described for the first time. The subspecies is diagnosed and its taxonomic status clarified.
My favorite entomological book is my complete serie of the Monograph of the Pierine genus Delias by Talbot. It is my favorite for its rarity and for its incredible content, full of interesting descriptions about my favorite butterflies.
Abstract. In H OLLOWAY () a new application of cluster analysis was described for the study of the geographical distribution of taxa. The method enabled the derivation of faunal centres by classifying genera numerically, both according to their geographical distribution and according to where their component species were concentrated.
This method was exemplified by analysis Cited by: The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched. Of the names treated, (c. 80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or species of moths misidentified by Linnaeus as butterflies are cited in Cited by: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
The Genus of Arisaema. A Monograph for Botanists and Nature Lovers by Guy and Liliane Gusman: Today, Arisaema have become increasingly popular and highly prized for their sculptural aspect and their intriguing inflorescences.
This genus' fascination is also increased by a phenomenon, unique in Araceae: the change of sex that these plants undergo many times. Hints, &c. submitted to the serious attention of the clergy, nobility and gentry, newly associated. Descriptions of new Forms of Delias, with some Notes on Others.
- The Annals and Magazine of Natural History 9 (15): p Vollenhoven, S.C. van Second Monogaphie. Familles des Pierides. Essai d’une Faune Entomologique de l’archipel Indo-Neérlandais: p, pl.3 Talbot, G.
A Monograph of the Pierine Genus Delias, part. Monograph of the Genus Erebia By B. Warren. vii + + plates. (London: British Museum (Natural History), ) IT might be difficult to decide whether a. In the yearthe harayraz Monograph Book was published by Sasan Moaddab of the Hararez Youth and in collaboration.
N-Butanol (2, words) known works are his monograph on Delias and the three Pieridae parts of Lepidopterum Catalogus published by Wilhelm Junk. A monograph of the pierine genus. Free base ( words). Full text of "British journal of entomology and natural history" See other formats.
CUTLER-MONOGRAPH OF GENUS EPHEDRA appeared inand in it Stapf'0 published two subvarieties of E. nevadensis, subvar. paucibracteata which is synonymous with the species, and subvar. pluribracteata which is a syno-nym of E. viridis Coville" published in In the most southern of the North American species, E.
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