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The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula epub

by A.S. Corbet,H.M. Pendlebury


The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula epub

ISBN: 9839681052

ISBN13: 978-9839681055

Author: A.S. Corbet,H.M. Pendlebury

Category: Science

Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Malaysian Nature Society; 4th edition (January 1993)

Pages: 597 pages

ePUB book: 1239 kb

FB2 book: 1365 kb

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co-authoring The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula with . Corbet had four children, two of which died in infancy

co-authoring The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula with . He later became deputy keeper of entomology at the British Museum (Natural History). Corbet had four children, two of which died in infancy Alexander Steven Corbet died of heart failure in 1948. Unseen species problem.

Fleming, W. 1975 Butterflies of West Malaysia & Singapore Berkshire, Eng. : Classey Publications Two volumes. ISBN 0900848715 (volume 1).

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Hardback Out of Print. ISBN : 9789839681055. Plates by B. d'Abrera. The Scientific Names of the British Lepidoptera: Their History and Meaning. The Butterflies of Australia. Orr, . Kitching, R. Price £3. 9. Atlas of Britain and Ireland's Larger Moths. Butterfly Conservation.

Are you sure you want to remove The butterflies of the Malay Peninsula from your list? The butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. by A. Steven Corbet and H. M. Pendlebury. Published 1956 by Oliver and Boyd in Edinburgh.

Pendlebury, H. & Corbet, A. 1933. Some Lycaenidae new to the Malay peninsula. The forms of Elymnias kuenstleri, Honrath. Le. atyridae) Stylops 2: 130-133. J. Fed. Malay St. Mus. 17(2): 402–405. A revision of the Malayan species of Celastrina (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae).

The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. Stephen Corbet, British Museum (Natural History), and H. Pendlebury, Director of Museums, . 55 pls. (8 in color). Edinburgh and London.

An online supplemenrary figure of this paper has an illustration of mimicry rings, and many of the species depicted there occur in SE Asia as well

An online supplemenrary figure of this paper has an illustration of mimicry rings, and many of the species depicted there occur in SE Asia as well. I have a few more papers on Asian mimicry rings in the pipeline, they will be added to this page as they get published.

The distribution of butterflies in the Malay Peninsula. Corbet, a. s. & h. pendlebury, 1956. The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. R. ent. Soc. London (A) 16: 101–116. Observations on the species of Rhopalocera common to Madagascar and the Oriental Region. London and Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd.

Home Literature The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. Publication Type: Book. Authors: A. Corbet, PENDLEBURy H. Year of Publication: 1956. Publisher: Oliver and Boyd.

This title is revised by JN Eliot. It is a revision of this major work on the Malay lepidoptera. Produced in three parts, the first part covers butterfly life history, nomenclature and classification. Part two is a discussion of all species in six families, whilst the final part is a checklist of butterflies of the Malay Peninsula, plus bibliography and index.