Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior
This book reports the biology of the butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, including all the species in Colorado, although surrounding areas are also discussed, especially the rest of the Southern Rocky Mts. in Wyoming and New Mexico and into Utah. This book presents what is known of the biology of the butterflies of Colorado and vicinity, including hostplants, eggs/larvae/pupae appearance and habits, behavior including flight habits and migration and mate-locating and mating and basking and roosting, and the flowers and other foods of adult butterflies, and natural history aspects ...
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Text only. To view Papilio (New Series) #28, 29, 30, 31 for photos, please see Associated Publications below.
Scott, James A.
born digital; newsletters
Photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part I. Hesperiidae (Papilio. New series #28). https://hdl.handle.net/10217/200724
Photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part II. Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae (Libytheinae to Satyrinae) (Papilio. New series #29). https://hdl.handle.net/10217/200725