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 1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2
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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2: 50 - 50
Publication Date : 1999-06-30
Author/s : Hermann S. Staude
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Editorial


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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2: 51 - 51
Publication Date : 1999-06-30
Author/s : Bennie Coetzer
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Comments from the Council


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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2: 52 - 69
Publication Date : 1999-06-30
Author/s : Mark C. Williams
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Taxonomic changes affecting the Afrotropical butterflies and skippers (Lepidoptera) since the publication of Carcasson's Butterflies of Africa - Part 1: Lycaenidae


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1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2: 70 - 74
Publication Date : 1999-06-30
Author/s : Jenny Heath
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Cape Town 1999: Lepidoptera: Ambassadors of Biodiversity - The journey so far


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1999, Metamorphosis Volume 10, Issue 2: 75 - 80
Publication Date : 1999-06-30
Author/s : Haydon Warren-Gash
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The liptenids of the Banco Forest: a case study in conservation


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The Banco Forest is a protected mature secondary forest on the outskirts of Abidjan, in Côte d’Ivoire.  Other forest relics remain, but have not received the same attention in terms of conservation.  A comparison is made of the liptenids now occurring in Banco and the nearby forest area of Adiopoudoumé in relation to records from the 1960s.  The result suggests that butterflies can survive well in a relatively small area of forest but that conservation is essential.


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