3 edition of butterflies of Ceylon found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QL556.S72 O76 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 143,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2004327788|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woodhouse, L.G.O. Butterfly fauna of Ceylon. Colombo [Ceylon]: Colombo Apothecaries'  (OCoLC) We return to Sri Lanka in for an exciting 2 week butterfly tour!. The tropical island paradise of Sri Lanka is astonishingly rich in wildlife and contains a wide variety of habitats ranging from misty highland forests and lush rainforest to arid, scrub .
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Talbot, G. () The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma Papilionidae, Pieridae xxix + p - figs - 1 folding map - 3 col. Butterflies. Vol. 1 online; Talbot, G. () The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma Danaidae, Satyridae, Amathusiidae and Acraeidae.
xv + p - figs - 2 col. Butterflies. All “Butterflies of the World Series” publications have superb colour plates.
Hard covers. Regret is out of print. x mm. Hardcover, pp. full colour throughout (incl. 40 colour plates; the book contains approx. photographs) The first major work in more than 50 years describing and illustrating this butterfly fauna.
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In Sri Lanka there are species of what are termed True Butterflies (Papilionoidea) and a further 37 Continue reading "THE BUTTERFLIES OF SRI. Titled "Common Butterflies of Sri Lanka" by Himesh Dilruwan Jayasinghe, this page A5 sized book features species of butterflies that are commonly found in Sri Lanka.
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A Field Guide to Butterflies of Australia: Their Life Histories and Larval Host Plants, by Garry Sankowsky and Geoff ack. pages. New Holland Publishers. A comprehensive guide to the country’s butterflies covering everything from the eye-catching Common Jezabel and Ulysses Butterfly, to the gigantic Cairns Birdwing, to the more cryptic Blues and Skippers.
Bernard d'Abrera () Butterflies of the Oriental Region. Part 1: Papilionidae, Pieridae and Danaidae Hill House Publishers ISBN D'Abrera, B.L. () The Butterflies of Ceylon.start rearing butterflies and we will soon have illustrated guides to the immature stages of all Sri Lankan species.
The addition of photographs of hostplants further increases the value of the book. The book caters not only to amateurs, but will also be a very important reference for scientists, stu-dents and conservation planners. A new book ‘Field Guide to the Butterflies of Sri Lanka’ authored by the island’s renowned Lepidopterist duo, George Michael and Nancy van der Poorten, will be launched on December