THE JOURNAL OF RESEARCH ON THE LEPIDOPTERA
Volume 42
2003 (2010)

 

IN THIS ISSUE

Date of publication: January 31, 2010

 
 
Papers    
     
Differences in thermal responses in a fragmented landscape: temperature affects the sampling of diurnal, but not nocturnal fruit-feeding Lepidoptera Danilo B. Ribeiro and André V. L. Freitas PDF
     
Use of sound and aerial chases in sexual recognition in Neotropical Hamadryas butterflies (Nymphalidae) Onildo J. Marini-Filho and Woodruff W. Benson PDF
     
Ecobiology of the common castor butterfly Ariadne merione merione (Cramer) (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera: Nymphalidae) Janaki Bai Atluri, Samatha Bodapati, Bhupathi Rayalu Matala, Sandhya Deepika Devara and Subba Reddi Chilakala PDF
     
Larval feeding behaviour and myrmecophily of the Brenton Blue, Orachrysops niobe (Trimen) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) David A. Edge and Huib van Hamburg PDF
     
Life history of the Imperial Moth Eacles imperialis (Drury) (Saturniidae: Ceratocampinae) in New England, U.S.A.: distribution, decline, and nutritional ecology of a relictual islandic population Paul Z. Goldstein PDF
     
Association of three species of Strymon Hübner (Lycaenidae: Theclinae: Eumaeini) with bromeliads in southern Brazil Simone Schmid, Volker S. Schmid, Rafael Kamke, Josefina Steiner and Anne Zillikens PDF
     
Temporal and spatial segregation of Battus devilliers and B. polydamas cubensis (Papilionidae) in La Habana, Cuba Ormaily Madruga Ríos and Alejandro Barro Cañamero PDF
     
A tale of two species: detritivory, parapatry, and sexual dimorphism in Lamprospilus collucia and L. orcidia (Lycaenidae: Theclinae: Eumaeini) Robert K. Robbins, Annete Aiello, Julie Feinstein, Amy Berkov, Astrid Caldas, Robert C. Busby and Marcelo Duarte PDF
     
Aggregated oviposition in Actinote pellenea pellenea Hübner (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) Ronaldo Bustos Francini and André Victor Lucci Freitas PDF
     
Notes    
     
A new subspecies of Argynnis nokomis from the Sacramento Mountains of New Mexico (Nymphalidae) Richard Holland PDF
     
Use of Hippuris, an emergent aquatic plant, as a larval host by the buckeye, Junonia coenia, in Northern California Arthur M. Shapiro and Kathy Biggs PDF
     
Editorial    
     
Auf Wiedersehen Gutenberg Rudi Mattoni PDF
     
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