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Butterflies of the World, Part 50: Hesperiidae III, New World Pyrrhopyginae [Plates]

Flora / Fauna
By: Ernst Brockmann(Author), Carlos GC Mielke(Author), Olaf HH Mielke(Author)
116 pages, 76 plates with colour photos
Butterflies of the World, Part 50: Hesperiidae III, New World Pyrrhopyginae [Plates]
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  • Butterflies of the World, Part 50: Hesperiidae III, New World Pyrrhopyginae [Plates] ISBN: 9783937783849 Paperback Sep 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: English

This is the third part to deal with the butterfly family Hesperiidae, covering the subfamily Pyrrhopyginae. This is the plates volume with short texts, whereas volume 49 contains the detailed text. In the plates presented here, all species and subspecies of Pyrrhopyginae, Hesperiidae, are illustrated in dorsal and ventral views and in both sexes wherever possible, followed by their geographical distributions. Pyrrhopyginae is represented by 50 genera, 220 species and 142 subspecies.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Ernst Brockmann(Author), Carlos GC Mielke(Author), Olaf HH Mielke(Author)
116 pages, 76 plates with colour photos
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