1 edition of The Macrolepidoptera of the African Fauna found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Noctuid Heterocera, Fauna africana, Noctuidae|
|Statement||[edited in collaboration with well-known specialists by Dr. Adalbert Seitz, Professor]|
|Series||Macrolepidoptera of the world -- 2. section, Fauna exotica, 15. volume, Fauna africana -- 3, Macrolepidoptera of the world -- 2. section, Fauna exotica, 15. volume, Fauna africana -- 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 286 pages, 41 plates :|
|Number of Pages||286|
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Uniform: The Macrolepidoptera of the world: a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera Related Titles. Series: Fauna africana ; 2 Series: Macrolepidoptera of the world ; 2.
section, Fauna exotica, volume By. Title. The Macrolepidoptera of the African Fauna. Vol, The African Rhopalocera / Title Variants: Alternative: African Rhopalocera Alternative: Fauna exotica Alternative: Macrolepidoptera of the Ethiopian Region Alternative: Macrolepidoptera of the Exotic Fauna.
Uniform: The Macrolepidoptera of the world: a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera Related Titles. Series: Fauna africana ; 4 Series: Macrolepidoptera of the world ; 2. section, Fauna exotica, volume By. Title. The Macrolepidoptera of the African Fauna.
Vol, Noctuid Heterocera / Title Variants: Alternative: Fauna africana Alternative: Noctuid Heterocera Alternative: Noctuidae Uniform: The Macrolepidoptera of the world: a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera. The African Rhopalocera (The Macrolepidoptera of the World: A systematic description of the hitherto known macrolepidoptera - Vol 13 - Fauna Exotica) Seitz, Dr Adalbert Published by Alfred Kernen Verlag, Stuttgart ().
books: the macrolepidoptera of the world, english edition, complete set: €volume i:the palearctic butterflies: €volume ii: the palearctic bombyces & sphinges volume xv: the macrolepidoptera of the african fauna: noctuid heterocera.
THE MACROLEPIDOPTERA OF THE AMERICAN FAUNISTIC REGION DR A SEITZ, THE MACROLEPIDOPTERA OF THE AMERICAN FAUNISTIC REGION, Volume 5 Butterflies, English text dated ï¿½Introduction, pp (not complete), also with a few text pages of vol 6, 85 plates + 2 duplicates, 4 plates for vol 6, and 2 plates of Fauna Africana, plates in.
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English Edition. Click to view large image. Seitz, A. The Macrolepidoptera of the world. Stuttgart, Kernen Verlag, 20 volumes bound in 4to.
Text and 1, chromolithographed plates. Publisher's uniform half calf and pefectly matching recently made half calf. Gilt titles and decorations on spines. * A completely bound set of this. Click here to order.
Volume XI: THE MACROLEPIDOPTERA OF THE INDO-AUSTRALIAN FAUNA: NOCTUIFORM PHALAENAE. Stuttgart 4to. ii,with 57 chromolithographed plates. Unbound in portfolio. €The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic fauna.
Diurnals -- 2. The Palaearctic bombyces & sphinges -- 3. [Indo-Australian] noctuiform Phalaenæ -- The Indoaustralian Geometridae -- The African Rhopalocera -- The African bombyces and sphinges -- [African] noctuid Heterocera -- BOOK TI - The Macrolepidoptera of the.
Krüger & McGavin () surveyed the fauna of six Acacia species in Mkomazi, Tanzania and identified 11 species of Lepidoptera accounting for just % of the biomass; however, the method used was fogging the canopy and no attempt was made to identify Lepidoptera larvae.
BOOK OF THE MONTH. The Butterflies of Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan and Egypt (Sinai Peninsula)) Les Macrolépidoptères du Globe Diurnes Éthiopiens. by Seitz, A. click to view 2 more images. Hardback £; The Macrolepidoptera of the World The African Rhopalocera.
Seitz, A. Price £ The Macrolepidoptera of the world; a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera The Indo-Australian geometridaev. The Macrolepidoptera of the Ethiopian Regionv.
The African Bombyces and Sphingesv. Noctuid heterocerav. The African Geometrae This book is available with additional data at. 18 Bathurst Walk, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9AZ, U.K. Tel: +44 (0) / Fax: +44 (0) Email: [email protected]@ New Book Availability: Usually available within 2 week(s) Lepidoptera - A bound collection of papers on Lepidoptera (mostly butterflies) with an emphasis on the southern African fauna.
The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic fauna. Diurnals -- 2. The Palaearctic bombyces & sphinges -- 3. The Indoaustralian Geometridae -- The African Rhopalocera -- The African bombyces and sphinges -- [African] noctuid Heterocera -- The African Geometrae Most vols.
published out of numerical sequence This book is. The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic fauna. Diurnals -- 2. The Palaearctic bombyces & sphinges -- 3. The Indoaustralian Geometridae -- The African Rhopalocera -- The African bombyces and sphinges -- [African] noctuid Heterocera -- The African Geometrae Most vols.
published out of numerical sequence This book is. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The Macrolepidoptera of the world by Adalbert Seitz,Seitz'schen (Kernen) edition, in EnglishPages: Books shelved as african-animals: Draw. by Raúl Colón, Rain by Manya Stojic, The Short Giraffe by Neil Flory, Old Mikamba Had a Farm by Rachel Isadora, a. For details see Griffin, F. The first four volumes describe the Palaearctic fauna and volumes 5–16 describe the exotic Fauna (Volumes 1–4, Palaearctic Fauna, with 4 supplements;Volumes 5–8, American Fauna; Volumes 9–12, Indo-Australian Fauna; Volumes 13–16, African Fauna).
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Click here to order. Volume VII: THE MACROLEPIDOPTERA OF THE AMERICAN REGION: NOCTUIFORMES. Stuttgart 4to.with 87 chromolithographed plates. Unbound in portfolio. €Acacia (s.l.) spp. are the dominant natural woody plants in the Kenyan Rift Valley, the exact species depending upon the altitude and water table.
Lakes, in particular, support relatively thick fringing woodland, from which Lepidoptera have been collected, reared and identified. The significance of Acacia woodlands for biodiversity is by: 3. The Macrolepidoptera of the World: A Systematic Account of All the Known Macrolepidoptera; V. 5, [Pt.
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The book is filled with wonderfull by: Adalbert Seitz, full name Friedrich Joseph Adalbert Seitz, (24 February in Mainz – 5 March in Darmstadt) was a German entomologist who specialised in Lepidoptera.
Early in his career he studied butterflies in Brazil, and was later a director of the Frankfurt Zoo. He was the editor of Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde (The Macrolepidoptera of the World).
Many species were recorded in various papers between and but mainly dealing with species new to science. The book is comprehensive and largely based on the studies by the author in the extensive system of national parks in Gabon with each species is placed in regional perspective.
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Zygaena favonia is a species of moth in the Zygaenidae family. It is found in the Atlas mountains, (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia).In Seitz it is described Z. favonia Frr. (= sarpedon Hbn., cedri Bruand) (4g).
This form belongs to a group of North African Burnets the pattern of the forewings of which reminds one much of the preceding species [ Zygaena sarpedon, while the abdomen is red.
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Adalbert Seitz described them thus "Small, stout, black insects, sometimes with metallic gloss. Antenna very strongly developed; the club being considerably incrassate : Insecta.Microlepidoptera (micromoths) is an artificial (i.e., unranked and not monophyletic) grouping of moth families, commonly known as the 'smaller moths' (micro, Lepidoptera).These generally have wingspans of under 20 mm, and are thus harder to identify by external phenotypic markings than present some lifestyles which the larger Lepidoptera do not have, but .