13 edition of Aberrational and subspecific forms of British Lepidoptera found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by A. L. Goodson & D. K. Read|
|Contributions||Read, D. K., Natural History Museum (London, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
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Aberrational and subspecific forms of British Lepidoptera. Volumes and 1 addenda volume [typescript] / By. Goodson, Arthur Leslie,author Read, D. Natural History Museum (London, England) Type. Book Material. Archival material. Publication info.
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Author: Arthur Leslie Goodson, D. Read. Aberrational and subspecific forms of British Lepidoptera. Volumes and 1 addenda volume [typescript] by Goodson, Arthur Leslie, author. That is the problem, some of them are identical.
I recently came across the name "rizal" as a female form of Papilio alphenor ledebouria from the Philippines. It is pictured in Page & Treadaway, (Bauer & Frankenbach, Butterflies of the World p Papilionidae of the Philippine Islands) and is identical to the Jordan () form elyros.I wrote to Malcolm Page.
Goodson, A.L. and Read. D.K. () Aberrational and Subspecific Forms of British Lepidoptera (unpublished work, British Museum of Natural History). This reference is used in the description of the following subtaxa: [Euphydryas aurinia, p], [Phengaris arion, p], [Pieris brassicae, p] Goss ().
Smith, Miller & Miller, in their book on The Butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida (), demoted it to subspecific rank, making it a local race of Cyclargus ammon Lucas,the type-species of Cyclargus.
Nabokov predicted that it would also be found in Cuba. The holotype is at the Natural History Museum in London. An annotated check list of the North American species of Noctuoidea (Lepidoptera) is presented, consisting of species. One-hundred and sixty-six taxonomic changes are proposed, consisting of 13 species-group taxa accorded species status (stat.
and stat. rev.), 2 revalidated genus-group taxa (stat. rev.), and 2 family-group taxa raised Cited by: Read "Geographical patterns of evolution in Neotropical Lepidoptera: differentiation of the species of Melinaea and Mechanitis (Nymphalidae, Ithomiinae)*, Systematic Entomology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
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This reference is used in the description of the following subtaxa: [Euphydryas aurinia, p], [Phengaris arion, p], [Pieris brassicae, p] Thomson (). The shape, depth, placement and orientation of the coupling sulcus is distinctive on females of most species and has been used extensively in our studies to differentiate closely related forms at the specific level, thereby providing an additional aid to species identification.
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