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Field Guide to the Butterflies of Cyprus with Distribution Maps

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Eddie John(Author), Christodoulos Makris(Author)
160 pages, 261 colour photos, colour illustrations, and colour distribution maps
Field Guide to the Butterflies of Cyprus with Distribution Maps
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  • Field Guide to the Butterflies of Cyprus with Distribution Maps ISBN: 9781838152888 Paperback Oct 2023 In stock
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Unlock the captivating world of Cyprus’ butterflies with this authoritative and stunning field guide designed for both seasoned lepidopterists and budding naturalists alike, which is an authorized abridged work of Butterflies of Cyprus. Written by respected lepidopterists, with a combined experience of more than 50 years in the study of the island’s butterflies, this field guide provides:

- Expertly Curated Species Profiles: Discover 57 recorded butterfly species, each showcased with photographs, distribution map and a monthly occurrence chart and accompanied by detailed descriptions (including how to differentiate them from similar species), behavioural insights, larval foodplants and habitat preferences.
- Prime Viewing Locations: Navigate the island’s rich landscapes with expertly crafted and fully updated (to July 2023) distribution maps to identify prime butterfly hotspots. Reference to these maps will help direct readers to areas of the island where species of interest are more likely to be found.
- New Species Occurrence Data: Unique information on the Caper White (Belenois aurota), new to Cyprus in 2023, and on the False Plain Tiger or Diadem (Hypolimnas misippus), a species that also appeared on the island in 2023, after an absence of 87 years.

Whether you are a seasoned butterfly enthusiast or a curious nature lover, Field Guide to the Butterflies of Cyprus is an essential companion that promises to kindle your passion for, and appreciation of, these elegant creatures. Whether you are exploring the Troodos Mountains or the picturesque coastlines, this guide ensures you will not miss a single butterfly encounter.

Contents

Acknowledgements
1. Introduction
2. Where to see butterflies in Cyprus
    Coastal habitats
    Wetlands, dams and dry riverbeds
    Intermediate hilly elevations
    Mountainous habitats
3. How to use this book
    Distribution maps
    Key to distribution map entries
    What do the maps tell us?
    Where and when to expect
    Larval foodplants
    Identification
    Similar species
    Phenology
4. Composition of the Island’s Butterflies
    Breakdown by family
    List of species
    Endemic species and subspecies
5. Presentation of Species
    Papilionidae
    Pieridae
    Lycaenidae
    Nymphalidae
    Hesperiidae
6. Potential Additions to the Cyprus List

Abbreviations, Acronyms & Glossary
References
Index of Common Lepidoptera Names
Index of Scientific Lepidoptera Names

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Field / Identification Guide New
By: Eddie John(Author), Christodoulos Makris(Author)
160 pages, 261 colour photos, colour illustrations, and colour distribution maps
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