2020, 634 pages,132 color plates of adult specimens; 6 color plates of immature stages plus drawings. The fifth edition of Corbet and Pendlebury’s classic The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula has been fully revised with new information on distributions, life histories, and larval food plants. The completely new set of plates illustrate every species recorded from Singapore, and the Malay Peninsula, showing the upper and undersides of both males, and females of most species. The immature stages of selected species, representing each subfamily, along with 25 pages of genitalia drawings are also included.
The taxonomy, text, and relevant keys have been fully revised with newly published information. Includes an extensive bibliography, and full indices. The layout has been modernized for better readability, and ease of use, and the figures have been redrawn for clarity.
This book is an invaluable guide to every butterfly species found in Singapore, and the Malay Peninsula. Hardcover; 10 x 8”.