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Studies on the Ecology and Conservation of Butterflies in Europe, Volume 2: Species Ecology along a European Gradient: Maculinea Butterflies as A Model

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Edited By: J Settele, E Kuhn and J Thomas
289 pages, Col & b/w figs, tabs
Studies on the Ecology and Conservation of Butterflies in Europe, Volume 2: Species Ecology along a European Gradient: Maculinea Butterflies as A Model
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  • Studies on the Ecology and Conservation of Butterflies in Europe, Volume 2: Species Ecology along a European Gradient: Maculinea Butterflies as A Model ISBN: 9789546422569 Hardback Dec 2005 Out of Print #157017
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This book contains extended abstracts on a wide variety of issues concerning the ecology and conservation of Large Blue Butterflies of the genus Maculinea. It mainly consists of results of the EU funded research project MacMan (Maculinea butterflies of the Habitats' Directive and European Red List as indicators and tools for habitat conservation and Management). They have been presented at a Conference held in Leipzig, 5-9th of December, 2005). Sections covered are: Maculinea systems; Population genetics, chemistry and Physiology of Maculinea and Myrmica ants; Conservation and Management for Maculinea.

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Out of Print
Edited By: J Settele, E Kuhn and J Thomas
289 pages, Col & b/w figs, tabs
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