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Saturnafrica, Volume 26 [French]

Series: Saturnafrica Volume: 26
By: Philippe Darge(Editor), Patrick Basquin(Author)
40 pages, 9 plates with colour photos; colour photos, colour illustrations
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Language: French with bilingual summaries in English and French

This volume contains three contributions:

Étude du groupe de Montanimbrasia tyrrhea (Cramer, 1775) (Lepidoptera, Saturniidae, Saturniinae, Bunaeini)
Description of two new species in the genus Montanimbrasia (Saturniidae, Saturniinae, Bunaeini, werneri, lunaemons).

Hommage à Madame Gertraud Sommerer, en compagnie de Monsieur Manfred Sommerer dans ses recherches entomologiques
An all-French piece that honours the entomological research of Gertraud and ManFred Sommerer.

Contribution à l'étude des Coelonia (R. & J.,1903) du continent Africain et de Madagascar (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
The comparison of the IOC sequences leads to separate the populations of Coelonia fulvinotata from Madagascar and the one of the African continent. A morphological study of habitus and genitalia confirms the creation of a new taxon: Coelonia insularis n. sp. An overview of the various species of Coelonia with comparisons of their genitals is given.

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Series: Saturnafrica Volume: 26
By: Philippe Darge(Editor), Patrick Basquin(Author)
40 pages, 9 plates with colour photos; colour photos, colour illustrations
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