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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2000, Metamorphosis Volume 11, Issue 4: 167 - 170
Publication Date : 2000-12-31
Author/s : Hermann S Staude
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Conference 2000 - Onderstepoort, Pretoria, South Africa


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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2000, Metamorphosis Volume 11, Issue 4: 171 - 173
Publication Date : 2000-12-31
Author/s : Geoff McIlleron
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Do flowers shape moths?


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Search Results Official Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society of Africa
2000, Metamorphosis Volume 11, Issue 4: 185 - 188
Publication Date : 2000-12-31
Author/s : Stephen E. Woodhall
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The dance of the seven veils - Waaihoek victorious


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2000, Metamorphosis Volume 11, Issue 4: 189 - 199
Publication Date : 2000-12-31
Author/s : Stephen E. Woodhall
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Deep Forest - Cote D'Ivoire May 2000


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2000, Metamorphosis Volume 11, Issue 4: 174 - 184
Publication Date : 2000-12-31
Author/s : James M. Lawrence
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Preliminary evaluation of the composition, distribution and faunal affinities of the Seychelles Archipelago


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Thirty-four taxa have so far been recorded from the Seychelles Archipelago. Three species and six subspecies are endemic. The Aldabra island group has the greatest richness, followed by the granitic islands. The sandcay island group has the lowest richness. The butterfly fauna of the granitic and Aldabra island groups can be considered fairly distinct from each other, although both regions share several taxa. The sandcay fauna is mainly comprised of taxa occuring on both the granitic and Aldabra island groups. The Seychelles fauna is clearly Afrotropical, more specifically Malagasian, in affinity. Possible origins and dispersal routes of the Seychelles butterflies are discussed. Also, the sister-species of the endemic species are investigated.


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