Butterflies of the Himalaya

by M. S. Mani

Publisher: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. in New Delhi

Written in English
Published: Pages: 181 Downloads: 198
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Places:

  • Himalaya Mountains.

Subjects:

  • Butterflies -- Himalaya Mountains.,
  • Insects -- Himalaya Mountains.

Edition Notes

StatementM.S. Mani.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL556.H56 M36 1986b
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 181 p., [25] p. of plates :
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2360729M
ISBN 108120401263
LC Control Number86902147
OCLC/WorldCa15619196

  Butterflies are widely studied due to their key ecosystem functions. For this reason, they are used in ecosystem assessment, formulating conservation plans and in raising the environmental awareness. Quantification of different factors affecting diversity of butterflies is important for their effective conservation. In this study, we investigated abiotic and biotic Author: Bimal Raj Shrestha, Binu Timsina, Zuzana Münzbergová, Tomáš Dostálek, Prakash Gaudel, Tej B. Basnet.   Isaac Kehimkar is an avid naturalist and the author of The Book of Indian Butterflies. Isaac’s photostream of Indian Butterflies is at Flickr. Isaac Kehimkar: I grew up in Deonar, a suburb of Author: Avi Solomon.   A Common Jester or Symbrenthia hippoclus flits around on Maidenhair Ferns, as seen in Nainbagh, Uttarakhand, in the Lower Himalaya of the Yamuna River butterfly is most commonly spotted in hilly forests between metres and 1, metres. It mostly flies from March to butterfly is found from Himachal Pradesh to Arunachal Pradesh . A butterfly species common in the Himalayas has been found in the UAE for the first time. Two Indian Fritillary, native to mountainous regions of northern India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Nepal Author: Gillian Duncan.

Butterflies of the Himalaya. Oxford & IBH Publication co Janpah. New Delhi. pp Annexure-I LIST OF BUTTERFLIES RECORDED IN SAINJ SUB-WA- TERSHED GREAT HIMALAYAN NATIONAL PARK v P UNIYAI. & MATHIJR Mathew. G. (b Studies On the Butterflies of Silent Valley National Park. Entomon. polunin, O. and Stainton. A. () Flowers of . Buy books online from Books Mandala at affordable prices. Home delivery in Nepal! Shop now! Butterflies of the World by Valerio Sbordoni, Saverio Forestiero List Price: $ Amazon Price: $ Hardcover - pages Reprint edition (March ) Firefly Books; ISBN: ; Dimensions (in inches): x x Books. Alderton, D. (). The Atlas of Parrots of the e City, N.J.: T.F.H. Publications. Reilley, E. M., Jr. (). The Audubon Illustrated Handbook of.

Threatened butterflies of central Nepal Khanal et al. which has been going on in the area for the last several years. (4) Celtis tetranda, the host plant of Diagora persimilis is lopped for fodder. (5) Diagora nicevillei, an endangered nymphalid, is probably one of the rarest butterflies in the world (Smith ). Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperoidea) and other protected fauna of Jones Estate, a dying watershed in the Kumaon Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India. Journal of threatened Taxa 4 (9): –

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: Butterflies of the Himalaya (Series Entomologica) (): Mani, M.S.: BooksCited by: The Eastern Himalayas are known as a paradise for naturalists and through this extraordinary book we learn exactly why. Haribal lists over exotic species of butterflies -- their life history, larval hosts, adult Butterflies of the Himalaya book sources, distribution and habitat.

Butterflies of Royal Chitwan National Park Nepal Paperback – January 1, by Colin Smith (Author)3/5(1). Butterflies of the Himalaya. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M S Mani.

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The region covered by this book on the Rhopalocera of the Himalaya extends for about km from northern Burma in the east almost to the border of Afghanistan in the west, and includes parts of Pakistan, India, the USSR, China, Bhutan and Nepal. Information is included on the distribution of Himalayan species into other adjacent countries in by: Butterflies of Sikkim Himalaya and Their Natural History by Meena Haribal and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Butterflies of Sikkim Himalaya and Their Natural History by Meena Haribal - AbeBooksAuthor: Meena Haribal.

The known distribution of four species of Lycaenid butterflies, Talicada nyseus, Nacaduba kurava, Flos asoka and Arhopala abseus indicus, is extended to the Kumaon Himalaya, Uttarakhand, India Author: Peter Smetacek.

earliest butterflies active in spring in Europe and the Himalaya. Other experts feel the word is a corruption of 'flutter-bys', referring to their flight. Whatever the origin, it is a pretty name that has stuck to these insects. In India, butterflies were more or less overlooked in the period prior to the advent of Europeans.

For my book White Mountain: Real and Imagined Journeys in the Himalayas, I read hundreds of books – some skimmed, some pored over and reread several times. After a while, I was pretty sick of.

Nepal’s butterflies belong to five families: swallowtails, whites, blues, nymphalids (or brushy-footed butterflies) and skippers.

Butterflies differ from moths in that they have clubbed antennae, while moths have pointed or feathered antennae. Butterflies are usually more colourful and mostly fly during the day. Abstract Within Indian region, the butterflies of the Himalaya have been studied extensively. The present study is compilation of butterfly knowledge of Indian Himalayan Region.

Talking about flowers and butterflies that hold special significance for him, he says, “Among flowers, it’s the Brahma Kamal (Saussurea obvallata), that blooms in the Himalayas at ft.

This flower represents the serene beauty of the Himalayas – placid and unruffled. A Himalayan butterfly is also my favourite. The following is a list of butterflies of hundred and sixty-nine species and thirty subspecies are listed.

This list is primarily based on Colin Smith's Illustrated Checklist of Nepal's Butterflies, with some recent additions and a modernized classification. Scientific and common names are also from that book (though corrections have been made when clear).

Himalayas, extending south of the foothills £.or a few miles into the plains. This extension is the Terai. In the localities given for species, and more especially for su b-species, in Evans's ' Identification of Indian Butterflies ' we constantly come across ' Kashmir to KumaonFile Size: 2MB.

Butterflies of Uttarakhand A Field Guide. Released in Jan, New Catalogues of Butterflies and Moths of Eaglenest released in Oct. Bird,butterfly and moth catalogues of Devalsari and Pawalgarh. Butterflies of the Garo Hills. Co-published by Titli Trust. Book released in April List of publications and books.

Common Butterflies of India. Nature Guides. Bombay, India: World Wide Fund for Nature-India by Oxford University Press. ISBN Haribal, Meena (). The Butterflies of Sikkim Himalaya and Their Natural History. Gangtok, Sikkim, India: Sikkim Nature Conservation Foundation.

Kunte, Krushnamegh (). Butterflies of Peninsular India. India, A Lifescape. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Walking the Himalayas is the book he wrote on his return. Wood carefully blends in at Kabul, for it is ‘best to avoid anywhere that Terry Taliban reckons he can bag an infidel’, meets a Shaman who talks to the decapitated head of a goat and drinks its blood among the Karakoram Ranges, escapes a car crash with a broken arm and shoulder, sees.

The book I read was called Butterflies by Susanne Gervay. This was a great eye-opening, moving, well written book that deserves five stars. Katherine is a seventeen-year-old girl who lives with her mom and twenty-two-year-old sister/5.

Catalog / Books / Insects & Spiders / Lepidoptera (Butterflies & Moths) / Page 4. Filter. Showing 49–64 of results Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE HIMALAYA $ Add to cart. Add to Wishlist Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY $ Add to cart. Add to Wishlist. The Pakistan book includes species, the biggest amount of species compared to any other book published in the series “The butterflies of Palaearctic Asia”.

Registered are 24 new records, 8 taxa with new status, 2 status revised and described are 17 new species or subspecies. Title: – A Photographic Pocket Guide to Butterflies of Nepal. Subtitle: Author: – Colin Smith.

ISBN: Pages: – Edition: – Language: – English. Bound: – Soft Cover(pocket) Short Introduction of the Book: Nepal is a small country squeezed in between India and China, containing some km. of the Himalayan. The Butterflies of Sikkim Himalaya is, of course, more substantial than this might suggest.

As part of a continuing series on the natural history of Sikkim the book is a concise but important summary of the current status of the majority of relevant species. 4) Butterflies of Nepal: This is one of the best books for visualizing the beauty phase of a caterpillar.

Colin Smith also known as Butterfly Baje (butterfly grandfather) has done his best in listing out the butterflies found in different places of Nepal with some fascinating details. This is the first ever published book of this kind.

Some of the rare high-altitude butterflies found in the Himalayas are Parnassius stoliczkanus (Ladakh banded Apollo) and Parnassius epaphus (Red Apollo), listed under Schedule I and Schedule II of.

Himalaya: Mountains of Life is a new coffee-table book published by the Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), Asia's leading environmental nongovernmental organization. Just as a kaleidoscope never ceases to amaze with its grandeur of color and pattern, this page, large-format book, packed with stunning images of landscape, wildlife, and people of the Himalaya Cited by: 1.

Butterflies of the Himalaya, New Delhi, Oxford & IBH, Ecology & Evolution, Agra, Satish Book Enterprise, The Fauna of India & the adjacent countries, Part I & II, Calcutta, Zoological Survey of India, Indian Insects, Agra, Satish Book Enterprises.

Citations to reliable sources-Named References. The Book of Butterflies. Michael Leunig. You can use this in class a writing stimulus for a story about a book that came to life. Lots of description to start with describing the boring, grey room, before the book opens and the room is transformed by the butterflies.

This can be adapted by the children. Other animals could come out of the book Missing: Himalaya. Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE HIMALAYA $ Add to cart. Add to Wishlist. Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY $ Add to cart. Add to Wishlist Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE PHILIPPINES $ Add to cart.

Add to Wishlist. Books. BUTTERFLIES OF THE SOLOMON ISLANDS. has studied Indian butterflies for 20 years, and is now extensively surveying butterfly diversity in the Eastern Himalaya. He is author of the book, Butterflies of Peninsular India (, Universities Press, Hyderabad).

Acknowledgements: See end of this article OPEN ACCESS | FREE DOWNLOADCited by: 7. About this book. Butterflies of India introduces us to the fascinating world of butterflies and discusses nearly species commonly found in India.

Butterflies from seven groups – swallowtails, whites and yellows, blues, milkweed butterflies, browns, brush-footed butterflies, and skippers – including rare species like the Kaiser-i-Hind and the White Dragontail are .The book on butterflies turned out to be the bestseller among BNHS publications.

I now am the General Manager of Programs for the BNHS. I did marry and my family is .Information about the Himalaya Biodiversity Hotspot was developed using the ecosystem profile (PDF - MB) and the book Hotspots Revisited, Butterflies of the Himalaya.

New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Mani, M.S. The Himalaya, its ecology and biogeography: A review. In Y.P.S.

Pangtey & R.S. Rawal.