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The generic names of the Holarctic butterflies

British Museum (Natural History). Department of Entomology.

The generic names of the Holarctic butterflies

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Published by Trustees of the British Museum in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butterflies

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Francis Hemming.
    ContributionsHemming, Francis
    The Physical Object
    PaginationVol. 1.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14790266M

    Prodryas persephone is an extinct species of brush-footed butterfly, known from a single specimen from the Chadronian-aged Florissant Shale Lagerstatte of Late Eocene Colorado. P. persephone is the first fossil butterfly to be found in North America, and is exquisitely well preserved. Its closest extant relatives are the mapwings and African admirals of the genera Family: Nymphalidae. The following are English language names for collectors of various things: Arctophile, Arctophillist: A lover or collector of teddy-bears. Aurelian - Collector of butterflies or moths. Bibliophile - Collector or connoisseur of books. Cartophilist - Collector of cigarette cards etc. Conchologist - An expert in or collector of shells.


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Generic names of the holarctic butterflies. London, Printed by order of the Trustees of the British museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Francis Hemming; British Museum (Natural History).

Department of Entomology. Editorial Reviews. BUTTERFLIES OF THE HOLARCTIC REGION, Volume 5, Part 3, Nymphalidae (Conclusion), Acraeidae, Libytheidae, Lycaenidae & Riodinidaepages.

Approximately 2, specimens are figured in color photos, covering about by: Abstract Citations References Co-Reads Similar Papers Metrics Export Citation NASA/ADS. The Generic Names of the Holarctic Butterflies Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Nature. Pub Date: March DOI: /a0 Bibcode: NaturQ Buy Historical Sketch of the Generic Names Proposed for Butterflies: A Contribution to Systematic Nomenclature (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: Butterflies of the Holarctic Region, Part 1 Papilionidae, Pieridae, Danaidae, Satyridae (Partim) About this book.

The first volume of a three-part series devoted to the true butterflies (Superfamily Papilionodea). This particular volume focuses the families Papilionidae, Pieridae and Danaidae, and the family Satyridae in part.

Butterflies of the Holarctic region. Victoria, Australia: Hill House, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bernard D'Abrera. Historical Sketch of the generic names proposed for butterflies, A contribution to systematic nomenclature, By.

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The Generic Names of the Butterflies and their Type-species (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) by Hemming, F. The Larvae of the British Butterflies and Moths. Generic Names of Moths of the World Books that are included in the series: Generic Names of Moths of the World Sort by: Popularity Title (A-Z) Author (A-Z) Price (low to high) Price (high to low) Publication Date Most Recently Added Volume Number.

The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched. Of the names treated, (c.

80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or by: Hemming, A.

F., a. The Generic Names of the Holarctic Butterflies, Vol. 1, p. viii + Department of Entomology. Title(s): The generic names of the holarctic butterflies by Francis Hemming. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Printed by order of the Trustees of the British museum, Description: v.

Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Butterflies*; Lepidoptera* NLM ID: R[Book]. Book reviews: Butterflies of Islamabad and the Murree Hills, by Syed Azhar Hasan, and Biodiversity of Pakistan, ed. by Shahzad A. Mufti, Charles A. Woods, and Syed Azhar Hasan. Holarctic Lepidoptera 7(1): Historical Sketch of the generic names proposed for butterflies, A contribution to systematic nomenclature, By.

Scudder, Samuel H. (Samuel Hubbard), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Salem,Naturalist's Agency, Notes. The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched. Of the names treated, (c.

80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or by: Francis Hemming THE GENERIC NAMES OF THE HOLARCTIC BUTTERFLIES (Several volumes)British Museum of Natural History.

Francis Hemming THE GENERIC NAMES OF THE BUTTERFLIES AND THEIR TYPE SPECIESBritish Museum of Natural History. The Generic Names of the Holarctic Butterflies.

London: British Museum Vol. 1 (), p. viii + (). Notes on nine genera of butterflies. Entomologist ().

New names for three genera of Rhopalocera. Entomologist 77 (). Notes on certain genera and species of Papilionidae (Lepidoptera). Entomologist Alma mater: Corpus Christi College, Oxford. The purpose of this application, under Article of the Code, is to conserve the widely used generic name Maculinea Van Eecke, in its accustomed usage.

Butterflies and Moths of the World Generic Names and their website about butterflies and moths November If you do not find the genus-group name your are looking for or you have described a genus not yet in the database, please contact Brian Pitkin.

Search for a species using LepIndex: View images of British butterflies. Questions. Excerpts from A Guide to Nabokov’s Butterflies and Moths by Dieter E. Zimmer Hamburg (Germany) Except as otherwise noted, all butterfly illustrations are by William H.

Howe, who generously allowed them to be reproduced here. Butterflies with "Nabokovian" names For decades, nobody had given a close systematicist’s look at the polyommatine lycaenids of the. Generic Names and their Type-species; British moth Leaf Mines; Watson, L., and Dallwitz, M.J. onwards.

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English common names are provided. Generic names of the Holarctic Butterflies,by the Trustees of the British Museum inin which Hemming attempted to fix the type species of all the generic names proposed, in accordance with the International Rules of Zoological Nomenclature.

This has proved an invaluable work of reference. Introduction 9 Butterflies have been likened to flowers that fly and are current generic assignment.

In this book, the historic common names of species, genera, and higher taxa are usually provided. These have been more names is the Holarctic nature of. An Attempt to Classify the Holarctic Lepidoptera by Means of the Specialization of the Wings: Part I. The Day-Butterflies is an article from Journal of the.

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These butterflies are extremely popular among professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and systematists, and as a result, have had many species, subspecies, form and aberration names applied to them over the decades. This new book provides an annotated catalogue of all available names that have been applied to the Old WorldFile Size: KB.

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Nearctic - The North American (USA & Canada) part of the Holarctic region. Habitats within the Nearctic include temperate broadleaved and coniferous forests, subtropical humid or dry.

Butterfly genus Oeneis represents a model of Holarctic cold-dwelling biota. Molecular phylogeny was used to infer its biogeography and climatic niche evolution.

• We detected five species groups and the paraphyletic position of Neominois (syn. n.). Origin, highest diversity and oldest lineages in the mountains of Central by: Butterflies and moths bearing Nabokov's name Genera, tawny to orange-brown Holarctic nymphalid at home in the north of Eurasia and to served as Secretary to the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature noticed that Nabokov’s new generic name Pseudothécla (see in Section of this Guide) had been used in.

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Cuvier, Recent molecular phylogenetic studies suggest that the traditionally recognized genera Marmota Blumenbach, Cited by:   The Holarctic racers (Coluber s.l.) do not represent a holophyletic genus. The unifying characters of Old and New World species are mainly those of external morphology and represent convergence.

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These butterflies collectively are found nearly all. [29 Dec] }; see Fletcher (), in: I. Nye (Ed.), The Generic Names of Moths of the World, volume 3. London Agnarsson, Ingi and Matjaž Kunter Taxonomy in a changing world: seeking solutions for a science in crisis.

Systematic Biology 56(3):2 figs. {3 Jun } Aguila, Rayner Núñez, and Alejandro Barro Cañamero. Philad. 2(2): 81, no. 5, by designation of I.C.Z.N. Opinion ; the same Opinion placed Anthanassa on the Official List of Generic Names in Zoology as name .Most pierid butterflies are white, yellow or orange with black spots.

The pigments that give the coloring to these butterflies are derived from waste products in the body. They are a characteristic of this family. It is believed that the name "butterfly" originated from a member of this family, the Brimstone Gonepteryx : Insecta.In Heath, J.& Emmet, A.M.

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