3 edition of Rhopalocera Africae australis found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Roland Trimen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 353 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||353|
( This woodcut has been engraved from a beautiful drawing, most kindly made for me by Mr. Trimen; see also his description of the wonderful amount of variation in the coloration and shape of the wings of this butterfly, in his 'Rhopalocera Africae Australis,' p. ). * Leuckart quotes Meinecke (Wagner, Handworterbuch der Phys., B. iv., , s. ) that the males of butterflies are three or four times as numerous as the females. *(2) The Naturalist on the Amazons, vol. ii., , pp. , *(3) Four of these cases are given by Mr. Trimen in his Rhopalocera Africae Australis.
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Rhopalocera Africae Australis a Catalogue of South African Butterflies Compr. Roland Trimen. Rhopalocera Africae Australis a Catalogue by Roland Trimen. Roland Trimen (born Octo in Paddington, died J in London), British lepidopterist.
Mainly specialized in South African Lepidoptera. Authored taxa. 30 taxon names authored by Roland Trimen (List may be incomplete) Publications. Trimen, R., On some new species of South African butterflies. Rhopalocera Africae Australis Parts 1–9. + xxi pp, 6 pls. Cape Town. BHL Text, nce page.
Vári, L., Descriptions and Notes on new Species of Rhopalocera. Annals of the Transvaal Museum 30(13):19 figs, pls PDF Reference page. Williams, M.C. Checklist of Afrotropical Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea.
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( This woodcut has been engraved from a beautiful drawing, most kindly made for me by Mr. Trimen; see also his description of the wonderful amount of variation in the coloration and shape of the wings of this butterfly, in his 'Rhopalocera Africae Australis,' p.
) In cases like these, the development of a perfect ocellus does not require. rather grandly called Rhopalocera Africae australis.: a catalogue of South African as the first book solely devoted to the region's butterflies, was an amazingly comprehensive work for such a young man.
the Rhopalocera or butterflies (the word means 'club. In book: Shaping Natural History and Settler Society, Mary Elizabeth Barber and the Nineteenth-Century Cape, pp Trimen’s Rhopalocera Africae australis : Tanja Hammel. Mendelssohn (Sidney) South African Bibliography, Volume 2 page The author states, " The book entitled ' Rhopalocera Africae Australis; A Catalogue of South African Butterflies ' has for long been out of print as well as out of date.
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By Charles Darwin. 2 vols. London: John Murray. Trimen, Roland. Rhopalocera Africæ Australis; a catalogue of South African butterflies, comprising descriptions of all the known species with notices of their larvæ, pupæ, localities, habits, seasons of appearance, and geographical.
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Rhopalocera Africae Australis: A Catalogue of South African Butterflies: Comprising Descriptions of All the Known Species, with Notices of Their Larvae, Pupae, Localities, Habits, Seasons of Appearance, and Geographical Distribution. London: Trübner.
CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Tanja Hammel. The small book on South African butterflies published in by Roland Trimen*, Rhopalocera Africae Australis, had stimulated her interest.
She started corresponding with Trimen in Maysending him specimens and her observations on a fruit eating moth that had caused considerable destruction in the Grahamstown area. Many years later he provided the illustrations for Roland Trimen's book on South African butterflies, Rhopalocera africae australis (Cape Town, ).
Also between and he produced 58 exceptionally clear and accurate plates for the Illustrations of dissections in a series of original coloured plates the size of life, by the.
()—the first book on Cape flora published at the Cape which Barber most likely borrowed from Grahamstown surgeon Dr.
John Atherstone, who had a considerable private library5—motivated Barber to introduce herself to Harvey by offering her services as an illustrator for his subse-quent : Tanja Hammel. Libri Inglesi. Acquista online i tuoi Libri Inglesi di Life Sciences - Zoology - General su Libreria Universitaria: scopri sconti e offerte speciali.
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On Some Remarkable Mimetic Analogies Among African Butterflies by Trimen, Roland and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Descriptions of New Rhopalocera from the Collection of Herbert Druce Esq.
Cistula ent. 1 (1): Butler, Contributions towards a knowledge of the Rhopalocera of Australia Trans. ent. Soc. Lond. (1): Butler, List of Lepidoptera collected by Mr.
Forbes in the Islands of Timor Laut Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. ↑ This woodcut has been engraved from a beautiful drawing, most kindly made for me by Mr. Trimen; see also his description of the wonderful amount of variation in the coloration and shape of the wings of this butterfly, in his 'Rhopalocera Africæ Australis,' p.
↑ Jerdon, 'Birds of India,' vol. iii. Mr. Doubleday has called my attention to M. Staudinger's list of Lepidoptera, which gives the prices of the males and females of species or well-marked varieties of butterflies (Rhopalocera).
The prices for both sexes of the very common species are of course the same; but in of the rarer species they differ; the males being in all cases.
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'Rhopalocera Africae Australis.'); and in one of these, which swarms in open places, he estimated the number of males as fifty to one female. With another species, in which the males are numerous in certain localities, he collected only.
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