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A Revision of the Silkmoth Genus Samia

By: Richard S Peigler and Stefan Naumann
230 pages, 16 col and 4 b/w plates, maps
A Revision of the Silkmoth Genus Samia
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Taxonomic revision and compilation on the moths and caterpillars of the genus Samia, of which 19 species are now known to science. The book contains: text for all 19 species with complete synonymy, full descriptions, hostplants, immature stages, all known localities, habitats, flight times, and parasitoids; 148 colour figures depicting adults of all species and caterpillars of several species; black and white photographs of male and female genitalia of all species; distributional maps; exhaustive bibliography of 800 citations, hostplant appendix, phylogeny and a chapter on hybrids.

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By: Richard S Peigler and Stefan Naumann
230 pages, 16 col and 4 b/w plates, maps
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