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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Butterflies & Moths (Lepidoptera)

La Collection de Papillons et les Espèces Menacées d'Auvergne [The Butterfly Collection and the Threatened Species of Auvergne]

By: Philippe Bachelard(Author), Marie-Françoise Faure(Author)
88 pages, 132 illustrations
La Collection de Papillons et les Espèces Menacées d'Auvergne [The Butterfly Collection and the Threatened Species of Auvergne]
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Language: French

The museum Henri-Lecoq in Clermont-Ferrand, France, has a large collection of Lepidoptera composed of 18 nominal collections totaling more than 100,000 individuals. The collection represents a rich source of data for the historical study of butterfly populations, which are constantly dwindling. This volume presents these collections by evoking the life of those who formed them and offers a cross-examination of the endangered species of Auvergne.

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Le muséum Henri-Lecoq (Clermont-Ferrand) possède une importante collection de Lépidoptères composée de 18 collections nominales totalisant plus de 100 000 individus. Les données de collecte qu'elles contiennent sont une richesse pour l'étude historique des populations de papillons qui ne cessent de s'amenuiser. Ce volume présente ces collections en évoquant la vie de ceux qui les ont constituées et propose un regard croisé sur les espèces menacées d'Auvergne.

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By: Philippe Bachelard(Author), Marie-Françoise Faure(Author)
88 pages, 132 illustrations
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