2 edition of Check-list of the macrolepidoptera of the British Columbia found in the catalog.
Check-list of the macrolepidoptera of the British Columbia
E. H. Blackmore
|Statement||by E.H. Blackmore.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Clarke, John Frederick Gates (): Additions and Corrections to the Check-List of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia, , Report Prov. Mus. Nat. Hist. (British Columbia) Clayton, W. D. & S. A. Renvoize: Genera Gramineum - Grasses of the World, vol. XIII, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew; Kew Bulletin Additional Series. Arbogast, Jerry (): Check List of the Butterflies of Stephenson County, Illinois., author (Moth and Butterfly Club) Check-list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia (butterflies and moths)., Victoria, B. C., Prov. Mus. Nat. Hist. (b): Notes on the butterflies of British Honduras, Old Royalty Book Publishers (Henry Walker.
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An annotated check list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. Related Titles Series: Occasional paper (Entomological Society of British Columbia) ; no.
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Llewellyn. Publication date This book is available with additional data at Pages: Miscellaneous: An Annotated Check List of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. Abstract: This is a title only record which contains no abstract.
Please see the bibliographic details to the by: 5. Additions ro rhe Check List of Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. An annotated check-list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. Occ. Pap. ent. Soc.
Columb. Klots, In Check list of the Lepidoptera of Canada and the United States of America. Part II. An annotated check list of the macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. Entomological Society of British Columbia Occasional paper No.
Errata for Butterflies of BC (In Boreus Vol No. 1, ) Note: This write up is extracted from the forthcoming publication by Scudder and Cannings: the Insect Families of British Columbia.
This list documents Lepidoptera species reported for the province of British Columbia, Canada. It Check-list of the macrolepidoptera of the British Columbia book based on examination of the major public insect collections in the province and the Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids and Nematodes, Ottawa, by: 5.
The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. An annotated check list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. View Metadata. By: Jones, J. Llewellyn-Jones, J.R. An annotated check list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia.
Entomological Society of British Columbia, Occasional Paper No. McDunnough, J. Check list of the lepidoptera of Canada and the United States of America. Part 1. Macrolepidoptera. Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of. This list of birds of British Columbia includes species documented in the Canadian province of British of Junethere are species included in this list.
Of them, are rare or accidental and 17 have been introduced to British Columbia or elsewhere in North America. Five species have been extirpated and one is -nine species have only sight records or are. This is the third in a series of manuals designed to facilitate the recognition of the Geometridae of Canada.
In the introductory section key characters are given for the identification of Geometridae in adult, larval, and pupal by: Annotated list of the Lepidoptera of Alberta, Canada 23 Bowman ’s material, from the foothills near Calgary and Nor degg, respectively, resulted in the description of numerous new taxa.
It occurs in British Columbia, according to Jones (), but curiously has apparently never been taken in Washington. Lycaena editha Mead is very common in the Ochoco Mountains, Crook County, and also occurs in Wheeler, Grant, Lake and Lane Counties, and probably elsewhere, all.
BOOK REVIEWS AN ANNOTATED CHECK LIST uF THE lvIACROLEPIDOPTERA OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. By J. Llewellyn Jones. The Entomological Society Of B. Oc list of B. Macrolepidoptera is approximately as follows: Papilionoidea ; Hes.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. A total of endemic species are listed, and of the species that occur only in British Columbia in Canada are in-cluded.
In addition, of the more widely distributed spec ies are listed as potentially rare and endangered in the province, mostly on the basis of limited occurrence or restriction to obviously endangered habitats or Cited by: An annotated check list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia, Entomological Society of British Columbia, Occasional Paper No.
1, p. McDunnough, J. Check list of the lepidoptera of Canada and the United States of America. Part 1. Macrolepidoptera, Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 1: Newcomer, E.J. in The second is a map of northern British Columbia, No.
1 H., issued by the British Columbia Department of Lands, edition of 1st May, This is a geographical map and covers the whole of British Columbia north of N.
Lat. Both of these maps were kindly loaned me by Miss Henry. Recent advances in molecular systematics have led to an emerging understanding of the phylogenetic history of the family. ([s.l.] Entomological Society of British Columbia.), by Entomological Society of British Columbia (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Insect life: an introduction to nature-study and a guide for teachers, students, and others interested in out-of-door life / (New York: D.
Appleton-Century Co.,c), by John Henry Comstock and. An annotated check list of the Macrolepidoptera of British Columbia. Entomological Society of British Columbia Occasional Papers 1: i-v, i-ii, Scott, J.
Published by the author, Northfield, MA, pp. ESBC [Entomological Society of British Columbia] () Check list of British Columbia Lepidoptera. British Columbia Department of Agriculture, Victoria, BC, 49 pp. Federal, Provincial and Territorial Governments of Canada () Canadian Biodiversity: Ecosystem Status and Trends Cited by: 2.E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Fauna of British Columbia .
Lab for Advanced Spatial Analysis, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Lab for Advanced Spatial Analysis, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.British Columbia is the centre of diversity in North America for the sulphur genus Colias-- 13 species live in the province, although almost all are restricted to the Interior.
Colias occidentalis Scudder (Western Sulphur), which lives on Vancouver Island and in the Cascade Mountains, is .