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The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region

The Palaearctic butterflies

by Adalbert Seitz

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lepidoptera,
  • Rhopalocera

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSupplement to volume 1, The Palaearctic butterflies, Fauna Palaearctic supplement
    Statementin collaboration with well-known specialists edited by Dr. Adalbert Seitz, Professor
    SeriesMacrolepidoptera of the world -- 1. section, Fauna Palaearctica, 1. volume, supplement -- Supplement, Fauna palaearctica -- 1 -- Supplement, Macrolepidoptera of the world -- 1. section, Fauna Palaearctica, 1. volume, supplement, Fauna palaearctica -- 1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, iii, 399 pages, 16 plates :
    Number of Pages399
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26462885M

    In: The Invertebrates of animals of the South Transural region and the neighbouring territories. (The materials of the All-Russian conference, April , ). Kurgan: Kurgan State . This book synthesizes all relevant and recent knowledge in the field, which is a must for those making use of this taxonomic group as a model system. It is divided into five major parts which deal with habitat use, population ecology and genetics, evolutionary ecology, distribution and phylogeny, and global change and conservation. Palearctic Macrolepidoptera, Vol. 1: Notodontidae. Sonderangebot, statt ,- € pp. incl. 40 high quality colour plates. black and white figures (maps and genitalia).


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Title. The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region. Supplement to volume 3, The Palaearctic noctuid moths / Title Variants: Alternative: Fauna Palaearctica Alternative: Supplement to volume 3 Alternative: The Palaearctic noctuid moths Uniform: The Macrolepidoptera of the world: a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera.

Title. The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region. Supplement to volume 1, The Palaearctic butterflies / Title Variants: Alternative: Fauna Palaearctic supplement Alternative: Supplement to volume 1 Alternative: The Palaearctic butterflies Uniform: The Macrolepidoptera of the world: a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera.

Series covering all known macrolepidoptera in the Palearctic region. Following volumes will include Papilionidae, Hesperiidae, Saturniidae, Brahmaeidae, Lemoniidae, Zygaenidae, andthe managing editor passed away after the publication.

Macrolepidoptera of the World The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region [with] Supplement to Vol. 1 + 2 Seitz, A. Published by Alfred KernenStuttgart ().

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The Macrolepidoptera of the world by Adalbert Seitz,Seitz'schen (Kernen) edition, in Pages: This volume covers all species of the family Sesiidae known from the Palaearctic region. The text includes synonymic lists, a descriptive section, data on male and female genitalia, bionomics, habitats and distribution.

Distribution maps for all species and keys to species are provided. A checklist and a survey of larval host plants are by: 4. The Macrolepidoptera of the world; a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera The Palearctic butterfliesv.

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1 by Seitz, A. Vol. 2: The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic fauna: the Palearctic bombyces & sphinges. Vol.

3: The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic region: the noctuid moths. Vol. 4: The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic region: the Palaearctic geometrae. Zygaena is a genus of moths in the family brightly coloured, day-flying moths are native to the West Palearctic.

Adalbert Seitz described them thus "Small, stout, black insects, sometimes with metallic gloss. Antenna very strongly developed; the club being considerably incrassate : Insecta. checklist of the entire Palearctic region, others will follow the lead of the authors and provide additional regional catalogs (e.g., the Balkans, Russia, the Far East), so that in this way we may in time have new lists of all the areas within the Palearctic region.

HEPPNER, Department of Entomology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington. The Palearctic Region is the best known biogeographical region in the world, with respect to its overall insect diversity. It is also the largest region, with the longest history of faunistic and.

The garden carpet (Xanthorhoe fluctuata) is a moth of the family is an abundant and familiar species across its huge range which covers the whole Palearctic region from Ireland to Japan and including the Near East and North was first described by Carl Linnaeus in his 10th edition of Systema NaturaeClass: Insecta.

Key words: Book series “Paelaearctic Macrolepidoptera”, Saturniidae, Brahmaeidae, Eupterotidae, Lemoniidae, Endromidae. Introduction InAlexander schiNtlmeister’s book on the Palaearctic Notodontidae was published by Apollo Books in the new book series “Palaearctic Macrole-pidoptera”.

This is the second modern launch of a se. the macrolepidoptera of the world, english edition, complete set € ,00 Volume I:THE PALEARCTIC BUTTERFLIES. ECKWEILER,W. and. Guide to the Butterflies of the Palearctic Region. Lycaenidae Part 4. The Macrolepidoptera of the World - ザイツ編『世界の大型鱗翅目 BOUCHARD,P., BOU.

The Book of Beetles. A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred of Nature’s G. Used Book Availability: In stock Macrolepidoptera of the World The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region [with] Supplement to Vol. 1 + 2 by Seitz, A. The Macrolepidoptera of the World. Volumes I to IV, The Macrolepidoptera of the Palearctic Region (with all four Supplement volumes).

1st. Pub. Lehmann / Kernen. Eight volumes. English edition. 4to. Contents in fine condition. ological studies in the region and of sections on geography and climate, basic anatomy, development, and collecting of Lepidoptera. fully color-illustrated guide intended to cover all macrolepidoptera occurring in any state or province of North America.

For the illustrations alone it is a bargain that no The latter is a palearctic. Pieris rapae is a small- to medium-sized butterfly species of the whites-and-yellows family is known in Europe as the small white or small cabbage white, in North America as the cabbage white or cabbage butterfly, [note 1] and in New Zealand simply as white butterfly.

[1] The butterfly is recognizable by its white color with small black dots on its wings, and it can be. Friedrich Joseph Adalbert Seitz, (24 February in Mainz – 5 March in Darmstadt) was a German physician and entomologist who specialised in was a director of the Frankfurt zoo from to and is best known for editing the multivolume reference on the butterflies and larger moths of the world Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde which continued after his death.

Abstract: A brief account is given of collecting in the Southern Palearctic region of the former Soviet Union, bordering the Asian tropics.

The possibility of doing field work there has just opened again for the first time since the Russian Revolution of and while conditions are often chaotic, the collecting of Lepidoptera can be excellent. Entomologischer Verein in Frankfurt am Main seit Schwerpunkt Schmetterlinge.

Für Amateure und Profis. Bozano, G. (/) (Serienherausgeber), Guide to the butterflies of the Palearctic region (K. Schurian ). — NF 29 (1/2): Fibigeriana — Book series of lepidopterology.

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However, these studies were sporadic, covering certain groups of Lepidoptera (mainly Macrolepidoptera), or were dedicated to biology and ecology of particular species having the pest status, which undoubtedly have an important value.

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radians is very well distinguished from other Far Eastern species of the genus by yellow or yellow-orange bases of hind wings, but is very similar to Hemaris tityus (Linnaeus ) distributed in the western part of Palearctic region and to Hemaris alaiana (Rothschild and Jordan ) inhabiting the mountains of Central : Evgeny S.

Koshkin, Sergey I. Yevdoshenko. The Sphingidae are a family of moths (Lepidoptera), commonly known as hawk moths, sphinx moths, and hornworms; it includes about 1, species.

[1] It is best represented in the tropics, but species are found in every region. [2] They are moderate to large in size and are distinguished among moths for their rapid, sustained flying ability. [2] Their narrow wings and streamlined abdomens are.

Ronkay L., Ronkay G., Gyulai P., Varga Z., Erebidae 1. A Taxonomic Atlas of the Eurasian and North African Noctuidea. Kod: HET see also Gallery The Lepidoptera Collection from Transylvania and the Dr.

Daniel Czekelius Palearctic Lepidoptera Collection The collections contain macro- and microlepidoptera from Transylvania numbering 7, specimens, as well as a number of 6, palearctic collections were started by Dr. Czekelius in The microlepidoptera in TransylvaniaDr. Daniel Czekelius ( The comparative analysis of leaf-rolling beetles’ fauna (Coleoptera: Rhynchitidae, Attelabidae) from Republic of Moldova with some parts of Palearctic region.

Munteanu Natalia. download pdf: Protected insects of community interest from the potential ”North of Gorj” Natural Park, Gorj county. Chimişliu Cornelia. download pdf. The succession begins with a conspicuous brown sideritic crust above the last rich cheiloceratid fauna.: It is well known that the introductions of alien species have wreaked havoc on indigenous fauna and flora worldwide.: Amongst the ichthyologic fauna of fresh waters we have the the zebra trout and the common jollytail.: The Selous was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in due.

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