THE JOURNAL OF RESEARCH ON THE LEPIDOPTERA
Volume 31 (1-2)
Spring 1992
 
 
COVER:Above: 5th instar Ancyluris inca, a common second growth non-myrmecophilous species. Below: 5th instar Nymphidium mantus drinking at an extrafloral nectary of its hostplant. Note the Azteca sp. (Dolichoderiinae) ant drinking from the tentacle nectary organs. Drawings by Jennifer Clark from slides by Phil DeVries for upcoming fieldguide to riodinid butterflies of Costa Rica.

IN THIS ISSUE

Date of publication: July 1, 1994

 
   
Biology and behavior of the neotropical butterfly Eunica bechina (Nymphalidae) with special reference to larval defence against ant predation Andre V. L. Freitas and Paulo S. Oliveira PDF
     
A new method of detection of Pebrine disease in Tasar silk moth, Antheraea mylitta Drury (Saturniidae) S. K. Sharan, A. K. Bansal, R. M. Shukla and K. Thangavelu PDF
     
Direction of Spring Migration of Vanessa cardui (Nymphalidae) In Colorado James A. Scott PDF
     
Spread of the Southern African Lycaenid butterfly, Cacyreus marshalli Butler, 1898, (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in the Balearic Archipelago (Spain) and considerations on its likely introduction to continental Europe Victor Sarto i Monteys PDF
     
Why Are There So Few Butterflies In The High Andes? Arthur M. Shapiro PDF
     
New Mexico butterflies: checklist, distribution and conservation Steven J. Cary and Richard Holland PDF
     
A survey of the Lepidoptera fauna from the Blue Mountains of eastern Oregon David G. Grimble, Roy C. Beckwith and Paul C. Hammond PDF
     
Toward a better understanding of host use and biodiversity in riodinid butterflies (Lepidoptera) P. J. DeVries, I. A. Chacon and Debra Murray PDF
     
The effect of different foodplants on cocoon crop performance in the Indian tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta Drury (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) A. K. Dash, B. K. Nayak, and M. C. Dash PDF
     
The endangered Myrtle's silversport butterfly: present status and inital conservation planning Alan E. Launer, Dennis D. Murphy and Helen R. Sparrow PDF
     
Book reviews   PDF
     
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