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Butterflies of the Solomon Islands Systematics and Biogeography

By: John Tennent
413 pages, 90 col plates
Butterflies of the Solomon Islands
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  • Butterflies of the Solomon Islands ISBN: 9780954204501 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Magnificent volume presenting the first account of 346 taxa, including much previously unpublished data on distribution and systematics. Over 1100 specimens are illustrated life-sized in colour, many for the first time. Adult characteristics, flight/habitat, host-plants and distribution are discussed, and the biogeographic, geological and historical background are thoroughly covered.

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By: John Tennent
413 pages, 90 col plates
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