BUTTERFLIES OF THE WORLD
Erich Bauer & Thomas Frankenbach, editors
Erich Bauer & Thomas Frankenbach, editors. Monumental series on butterflies worldwide is being published in parts. All specimens are shown life-size. Paperback; oversize, 9-1/2 x 13-1/2″.
3757 Part 1, Papilionidae I: Achillides, Bhutanitis, Teinopalpus
1998, 20 pages, 13 color photo plates, by Bauer & Frankenbach. Mainly pictorial account treats subgenus Achillides of genus Papilio (25 species in Asia and Australian region), genus Bhutanitis (4 species in Burma and China), and Teinopalpus Hope (Nepal to China, 19 specimens shown). Beautiful life-size photos are provided for all but two species. Contains two late 18th C. color plate reproductions. Not available from BioQuip.
3775 Part 2, Nymphalidae I: Agrias
1999, 12 pages, 20 color photo plates, by Manfred Späth. Primarily photographic treatment of 54 species and subspecies distributed from southern Mexico to southern Brazil and Bolivia, known for variability as well as their colorful beauty. Color plates show 152 specimens of almost all subspecies represented in nine species.
3776 Part 3, Nymphalidae II: Ithomiinae
1999, 17 pages, 16 color photo plates, by Gerardo Lamas. Illustrates 252 specimens covering subset of the 320 known species, many of which are divided into subspecies. Ithomiines, associated with moist forests, are distributed from Mexico to northern Argentina.
4130 Part 4, Nymphalidae III, Euphaedra
1999, 9 pages, 16 color photo plates, by Jacques Hecq. Illustrates and identifies 128 species of “jewels of the dense African forests”. Genus is classified into eight, well-defined subgenera based on morphological and anatomical characteristics. Includes systematic list of species and principal subspecies.
4131 Part 5, Papilionidae II, Battus
1999, 13 pages, 20 color photo plates, by Edwin Möhn. Illustrates and identifies 14 species and 49 subspecies, all described between 1758 and 1897. Range of this genus extends from Mexico and the Caribbean through South America.
4132 Part 6, Papilionidae III, Troides 1
1999, 2 text pages, 32 color photo plates, by Kurt Rumbacher & Béla von Knötgen. Illustrates and identifies the Troides aeacus species group, one of four species groups within the subgenus Troides. Plates depict 64 species/subspecies of Birdwings found in southeast Asia.
4133 Part 7, Papilionidae IV, Troides 2
1999, 3 text pages, 40 color plates, by Kurt Rumbacher & Béla von Knötgen. Illustrates and identifies 80 birdwings in the Troides amphrysus species group found in Sumatra, Borneo, Java, Malay peninsula.
4134 Part 8, Papilionidae V, New & Rare Papilionidae
1999, 5 pages (German text), 4 color photo plates, by Edwin Möhn. Illustrates & describes 32 neotropical butterflies in Parides, Battus, Heraclides, and Pterourus genera.
9177 Part 9, Nymphalidae IV, Bebearia
2000, 8 text pages, 32 color plates, by Jacques Hecq. Illustrates and identifies 200+ species and subspecies of Nymphalidae, Limenitinae, and Euthaliini. Includes origination data and distribution.
3778 Part 10, Pieridae I
2000, 40 text pages, 48 color plates, by Walter Winhard. Consists of two volumes and shows 837 specimens representing 505 species from North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. First volume contains checklist with origination information, and indices of genera and species. Second volume contains 48 color plates of specimens, with some taxa that have never been published previously. Two-volume set.
9178 Part 11, Nymphalidae V, Oeneis
2000, 10 text pages, 28 color plates, by Vladimir A. Lukhtanov and Ulf F. J. Eitschberger. Describes and illustrates 197 species-group taxa from No. America, No. Europe, and No. Asia, plus 34 unavailable (infrasubspecific) names from genera Oeneis and Davidina (Nymphalidae, Satyrinae, Oeneini). Shows specimens’ upper- and lowersides.
9093 Part 12, Papilionidae VI, Ornithoptera, in 2 parts
2001, by Oliver Schäffler. Part 1, text: 19 pages, 4 b/w plates, 17 maps; Part 2, plates: 52 pages, color plates. Text describes 62 subspecies and forms found in PNG, Indonesia, Solomon Is. and Australia. Includes physical characteristics, distribution, and origination. Many of the superb color plates illustrate multiple views. Publication is supplement to Von Knötgen’s Ornithoptera, published in 1997, and contains subspecies and forms missing from that work, plus several new taxa. Two-part set.
8982 Part 13, Parnassius apollo
2003, 32 color plates, by Edwin Möhn.
9969 Part 14, Papilionidae VIII, Baronia, Euryades, Protographium, Neographium, Eurytides
2002, 16 text pages, 36 color plates, by Edwin Möhn. Describes distribution, habitat, and other identifying information about five Papilionidae genera found in South America, Central America, the Caribbean region, and the eastern U.S. (plus two Protographium species from Australia).
3432 Part 15, Nymphalidae VI, Euriphene
2002, 4 text pages, 12 color plates, by Jacques Hecq.
3456 Part 16, Nymphalidae VII, Pseudacraea
2003, 4 text pages, 12 color plates, by Jacques Hecq.
3457 Part 17, (plates) Papilionidae IX, (Philippine Islands)
2003, 8 text pages, 59 color plates, by Malcolm G.P. Page & Colin G. Treadaway.
3457T Part 17, (text) Papilionidae IX, (Philippine Islands)
2004, 56 text pages, associated with 3,457 plates, by Malcolm G.P. Page & Colin G. Treadaway.
3433 Part 18, Nymphalidae VIII, Lexias
2004, 24 color plates, by Dirk Casteleyn.
8987 Part 19, Papilionidae X, Troides 3
2004, 22 color plates, by Kurt Rumbacher & Oliver Schäffler.
8988 Part 20, Nymphalidae IX, Amathusiini of the Philippine Islands
2005, 8 text pages, 24 plates (22 in color), by Heinz Schroeder & Colin G. Treadaway.
9168 Part 21, Papilionidae XI, Troides 4
2005, 6 text pages, 56 color plates, by Kurt Rumbacher & Oliver Schäffler.
9190 Part 22, Nymphalidae X, Charaxes 1
2005, 7 text pages, 35 color plates, by Bernard Turlin.
3443 Part 23, Parnassius apollo 3
2005, 33 pages, by Edwin Möhn. Text only in German.
3444 Part 24, Nymphalidae XI, Cethosia
2006, 34 color plates, by P. Küppers.
3461 Part 25, Nymphalidae XII, Charaxes 2
2007, 23 color plates, by Bernard Turlin. Continuation of the study of the genus.
3464 Part 26, Papilionidae XIII, Parides
2006, 15 text pages, 52 color plates, by Edwin Möhn. These Papilionids are polymorph and the study of this group is one of the most difficult.
3466 Supplement 13 (for Part 26)
2006, 115 pages, 82 figures (distribution maps and genitalia drawings), by Tommaso Racheli. A revision of the genus by the Italian specialist who refers to the illustrations in Part 26.
3467 Part 27, Nymphalidae XIII, Vindula
2008, 8 pages, 28 color plates, by Dirk Casteleyn.
3481 Part 28, Nymphalidae XIV, Charaxes 3
2007, 8 pages, 32 color plates, by Bernard Turlin. Continued treatment of this genus.
3483 Part 29, Hesperiidae I, the Philippine Islands
2009, 39 color plates, by R. de Jong & Colin G. Treadaway.
3497 Part 30, Nymphalidae XV, Morpho 1
2009, 74 color plates, by Oliver Schäffler & Thomas Frankenbach.
3501 Part 31, Nymphalidae XVI, Acraea, subgenus Actinote
2009, 5 pages, 19 color plates, by J. Pierre & D. Bernaud.
3692 Part 33, Nymphalidae XVIII, Morpho II, Morpho hercules, M. richardus, M. telemachus, M. amphitryon, M. hecuba, M. cisseis
2010, 4 text pages, 36 color plates, by Oliver Schäffler & Frankenbach. Includes description of M. cisseis rondoniensis by E. Jongerling. M. richardus is not figured.
3694 Part 41, Papilionidae XV: Troides 5 & Trogonoptera
2014, 4 text pages, 36 color plates, by Oliver Schäffler, Kurt Rumbucher & Dufek.
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