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Butterflies of the World, Supplement 26 [French]: Le Genre Polyura Billberg, 1820: Les Charaxinae de la Faune Asiatique et Indo-Australienne [The Genus Polyura Billberg, 1820: The Charaxinae of the Asiatic and Indo-Australian Fauna]

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By: Bernard Turlin(Author)
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Butterflies of the World, Supplement 26 [French]: Le Genre Polyura Billberg, 1820: Les Charaxinae de la Faune Asiatique et Indo-Australienne [The Genus Polyura Billberg, 1820: The Charaxinae of the Asiatic and Indo-Australian Fauna]
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Language: French

Supplement 26 deals with the buttefly genus Polyura, which are native to the Asian and Indo-Australian ecozones. This supplement is an accompaniment to Butterflies of the World, Part 46.

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