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Butterflies of the World, Part 41: Papilionidae XV: Troides V and Trogonoptera

Flora / Fauna
By: Oliver Schäffler(Author), Kurt Rumbucher(Author), Viktor Dufek(Author), Erich Bauer(Editor)
40 pages, 36 plates with colour photos
Butterflies of the World, Part 41: Papilionidae XV: Troides V and Trogonoptera
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In this fifth and last part of the genus Troides the authors deal with the subgenus Ripponia and the genus Trogonoptera. They follow the taxonomy of Takashi Ohya (2007) who has been active in researching the group of Troides, Trogonoptera and Ornithoptera for decades.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Oliver Schäffler(Author), Kurt Rumbucher(Author), Viktor Dufek(Author), Erich Bauer(Editor)
40 pages, 36 plates with colour photos
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