The Biology of Butterflies
Richard Irwin Vane-Wright, Phillip Ronald Ackery
Royal Entomological Society, 1984 - Science - 429 pages
Systematics. Populations and communities. The food of butterflies. Predation and defense. Genetic variation and speciation. Sex and communication. Migration and seasonal variation. Conservation.
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