India, a Lifescape: Butterflies of Peninsular India
Butterflies Of Peninsular India Represents The First Fascicle In This Series. This Important New Work Of Reference Is Also A Joy To Look At And A Pleasure To Read, Combining Comprehensiveness, Consistency Of Style And Beauty To This Degree. Ancillary Information On Distribution, Ecology And Behaviour Will Help Design Field Exercises And Projects Focussing On First-Hand Observations Of Living Organisms. This Essential Source Of Visual And Factual Reference Is An Indispensable Book For Everyone Who Cares About Nature, And Will Stimulate Popular Interest In The Broader Spectrum Of India S Biological Wealth.
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Ecology of Butterflies
Conservation Problems and Solutions
Butterfly Family and Species Accounts
Larval Host Plants of Peninsular Indian Butterflies
Common Castor Ariadne merione Cramer 134
Striped or Common Tiger Danaus genutia Cramer 148
Common Cerulean Jamides celeno Cramer 172
Common Spotted Flat Celaenorrhinus leucocera Kollar 196
abundant active adult areas band basking Blue body brown butterflies Capparis caterpillar cell close colour Common compared covered cultivated dark deciduous forests disturbed edges eggs evergreen forests example Fabaceae feed female Flat flies flight flowers fore wings gardens Ghats Grass green ground groups grow habitats head herbs hind wings human habitations India individuals Krushnamegh Kunte large tree Larval Host Plants lays leaf leaves look male margin markings mimics moist deciduous nectar nectar plants occasionally occurs pale parasitoids patches pattern peninsular India places Plain Plate predators prefers projections prominent pupa pupation rare Reproduction rest Scientific Name season form seen segment semi-evergreen forests short shrub side similar slightly small tree soil sometimes species spots spread stages Status surface takes tall thorax throughout Tiger underside unpalatable upperside usually Verbenaceae Western yellow Zingiberaceae