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Butterflies of the World, Part 36: Papilionidae XIV: Hypermnestra, Luehdorfiini, Zerynthiini

Flora / Fauna
By: Thomas Frankenbach(Author), Maurizio Bollino(Author), Tommaso Racheli(Author)
29 pages, 21 plates with colour photos
Butterflies of the World, Part 36: Papilionidae XIV: Hypermnestra, Luehdorfiini, Zerynthiini
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This volume of the series Butterflies of the World tries to fill a gap between the overwhelmingly studied Parnassius species and the yet neglected groups comprising Hypermnestra, Luehdorfia and Zerynthiini (s.l.) which form a liaison between these units. The detailed text to this volume is published in supplement 20.
 

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Flora / Fauna
By: Thomas Frankenbach(Author), Maurizio Bollino(Author), Tommaso Racheli(Author)
29 pages, 21 plates with colour photos
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