FACTORS IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF BUTTERFLY COLOR
AND BEHAVIOR PATTERNS – Selected Aspects
by Benjamin H. Landing
1984, 200 pages. Eleven papers analyze butterfly behavior patterns and factors that influence them. Basis for more fundamental studies of genetic and biochemical cellular mechanisms by which behavior programs are developed, modified and preserved. Topics include ecological niches, skippers, discriminating light & shade, iridescence, visceral memory, protective coloration & mimicry, and seeing red. Paperback; 10-3/4 x 8-1/2″.
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