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Butterflies of the World, Part 22: Nymphalidae X: Charaxes I

Flora / Fauna
By: Bernard Turlin(Author), Erich Bauer(Editor), Thomas Frankenbach(Editor)
42 pages, 35 plates with colour photos
Butterflies of the World, Part 22: Nymphalidae X: Charaxes I
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Language: English

The first in a series of fascicles to represent all species as well as many subspecies of the Afrotropical species of Charaxes, a genus in the butterfly family Nymphalidae. Many undersides that are distinctive are illustrated in association with the uppersides. When the male and female are strongly dimorphic, both are illustrated. Some of the figured specimens are paratypes, included in the original descriptions, and are mentioned as such.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Bernard Turlin(Author), Erich Bauer(Editor), Thomas Frankenbach(Editor)
42 pages, 35 plates with colour photos
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