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Now Published! British Butterflies - A History in Books


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Category: Monographs & Variation

This category contains books on monographs & variation

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1. NOTES & VIEWS OF THE PURPLE EMPEROR

HESLOP I R P, HYDE G E, STOCKLEY G E , NOTES & VIEWS OF THE PURPLE EMPEROR, 1964, 248 pages, colour frontispiece and 12 plates (5 in colour), dustjacket, excellent condition, The Southern Publishing Co.
Stock No. 1448
£60

2. THE LIFE OF THE MEADOW BROWN

DOWDESWELL W D, THE LIFE OF THE MEADOW BROWN, 1981,165 pages, paperback, photos, maps, drawings and diagrams, very good condition. Heinemann.
Stock No. 1407
£27.

3. THE MEADOW BROWN BUTTERFLIES, a study in genetics, morphology and evolution

GEORGE THOMSON, THE MEADOW BROWN BUTTERFLIES, a study in genetics, morphology and evolution, 2011, 344 pages, numerous monochrome plates, diagrams, and other illustrations, a scientific work dealing with the species in Britain and across Europe, soft covers, new, published by the author.
Stock No. 1357
£35.

4. BB'S BUTTERFLIES, Writings and Illustrations from the Works of BB (Denys Watkins-Pitchford),

BRYAN HOLDEN, BB'S BUTTERFLIES, Writings and Illustrations from the Works of BB (Denys Watkins-Pitchford), , 2012, edited by Bryan Holden and with Foreword by Matthew Oates, 208 pages, well illustrated with many of the pictures by BB and also numerous colour photos and extracts from his many books and articles about the Purple Emperor, other British butterflies and natural history, dustjacket/hardback, published by Roseworld Productions Ltd.
Stock No. 1358
£35.

5. A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH ABERRATIONS OF THE CHALKHILL BLUE BUTTERFLY

P M BRIGHT & H A LEEDS,, A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH ABERRATIONS OF THE CHALKHILL BLUE BUTTERFLY, 1939, 141 pages, plate keys, 4 colour and 14 monotone plates, supplement 4pp and errata (Photostat), original full blue morocco binding, an excellent clean copy, pages untrimmed, (?subscriber's copy), Richmond Hill Printing Works, Bournemouth.
Stock No. 392
SOLD

6. VARIATION IN BRITISH BUTTERFLIES

A S HARMER, VARIATION IN BRITISH BUTTERFLIES, illustrated by A D A Russwurm, 1999, 84 colour plates with over 400 life-size specimens featuring nearly every aspect of variation with data, many text drawings, diagrams and also colour photos, 294 pages, The underlying hereditary principles behind many aberrations are explained in chapters on genetics and many illustrated for the first time. This book is a natural sequence to A D A Russwurm’s Aberrations of British Butterflies and will be of great interest to entomologists and naturalists alike. Paphia Publications. New.
Stock No. 395
£58

7. ABERRATIONS OF BRITISH BUTTERFLIES

A D A RUSSWURM,, ABERRATIONS OF BRITISH BUTTERFLIES, 1978, SIGNED by the Author with dedication on title page, 151pp, 48 colour plates, extreme examples of albinism, dimorphism, gynandromorphism, teratologica, homoeosis and other aberrations, this book is the natural successor to F W Frohawk’s earlier work “Varieties”, dustjacket, E W Classey Ltd.
Stock No. 1443
£45.

8. ABERRATIONS OF BRITISH BUTTERFLIES

A D A RUSSWURM,, ABERRATIONS OF BRITISH BUTTERFLIES, 1978, 151pp, 48 colour plates, extreme examples of albinism, dimorphism, gynandromorphism, teratologica, homoeosis and other aberrations, this book is the natural successor to F W Frohawk’s earlier work “Varieties”, dustjacket, E W Classey Ltd.
Stock No. 397
£40.

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