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The Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan (The Butterflies of Palaearctic Asia., ) [Vadim V. Tshikolovets] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A comprehensive, detailed, and illustrated descriptive survey of the diurnal butterfly fauna of the middle Asiatic country of Kyrgyzstan.
Copy No. Author: Vadim V. Tshikolovets. The book contains figures of numerous type specimens, including many Parnassius and Colias species group taxa (apollonius, delphius, styx, illustris, luedwigi, boedromius, hohlbecki, grayi, simulator, tashkorensis, elissa, maja, alta, aeolides, staudingeri, regia, christophi, erschoffii, alpherakii, etc.
Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan by Tshikolovets, V.v. at Pemberley Books. The Pemberley Bookshop. Why not come and peruse our comprehensive range of natural history titles at our well stocked bookshop, where you can also receive our expert advice. The Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan This is where Lapis Guides all began.
The initial goal was to just create an interactive field guide for the butterflies of Ala Archa National Park. There are 10 species of them in Central Asia. The fiery copper-butterflies, Thersamonia solskyi attila, inhabit the mountain systems of the Eastern Alay.
The endemic copper-butterflies Plebejus, with brilliant 'eyes' on their lower wings, inhabit the sea-buckthorn bushes along the banks of mountain rivers.
“Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan”. Butterflies are insects belonging to the order of Lepidoptera. Butterflies attract by virtue of their remarkable appearance, but, among other things, they also play an important role in natural Some species of butterflies are very rare and listed in the Red Book of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Some species of butterflies are very rare and are listed in the Red Book of the Kyrgyz Republic. The wide variety of butterflies and their beauty served as an incentive for the emergence and development of a very popular hobby - butterfly collecting.
The butterflies of Kyrgyzstan: In Central Asia, in the small mountainous country Kyrgyzstan, with its sandy and stony deserts, the powerful ridges of the Tien-Shan and Alai-Pamir, the spacious steppes of the mountain valleys cut by canyons of the rough rivers and gray-haired glaciers above emerald high-mountainous lakes, is a place of dwelling of numerous kinds of insects, including one of the.
Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan On September 7, the State Committee of Information Technology and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic puts into circulation a series of three Kyrgyz Express Post postage stamps: “Butterflies of Kyrgyzstan”.
The book contains information on distribution (a great body of information is published for the first time), imago flight period, a complete synonymy, data on the type material (partly figured on the plates) for species and more than species group taxa; for each species a distribution maps is given, all species (except of few rarest in.
Butterﬂies of the Suusamyr Valley, Kyrgyzstan, (Lepidoptera, Diurna) Amadeus DeKastle June Abstract: During an expedition in the Suusamyr Valley, Kyrgyzstan, a list of butterﬂies that were discovered was created.
This list contains 20 species. This article gives a brief overview of the. The Butterflies of Kazakhstan. Flora / Fauna. Series: The Butterflies of Palaearctic Asia Series Volume: By: Vadim V Tshikolovets (Author), Oleg Kosterin (Author), Pavel Gorbunov (Author), Roman Yakovlev (Author) pages, 64 plates with colour photos; b/w distribution maps.
Publisher: Tshikolovets Publications. Click to have a closer look. About this book Afghanistan is one of the least studied countries in the Palaearctic region for its Lepidoptera. Large endemism makes this country particularly attractive to taxonomists and researchers, but collecting of entomological material, and butterflies in particular, has always been very restricted because of military and political reasons.
This is the first illustrated comprehensive reference book to all butterfly and skipper species known to occur in Caucasus and Transcaucasia, a territory situated at the border of Eastern Europe and North-Western Asia, it covers Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and S.
Russia. Description: Kazakhstan is one of the largest countries of Eurasia. The western part is in Europe, and the eastern is bordering with China. A variety of natural and climatic conditions led to a large number of species of Rhopalocera.
About this book. Volume 14 in this series is dedicated to butterflies of the Russian Far East (Khabarovskiy and Primorskiy Kray, Jewish Autonomous and.
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Isolated Mountain Ranges with snowy peaks and desert plateaus, forests of various types and semi-desert savannah produced a specific and unique butterfly diversity. Many endemic species, especially Lycaenids, are found in Iran. This book covers the species currently known in this region.
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