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The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula: including Aids to Identification, Notes on their Physiology and Bionomics, and Instructions for the Collection and Preservation of Specimens under Tropical Conditions

Nature volume 134, page 164 (04 August 1934) | Download Citation

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THIS handbook, though primarily designed for the Malayan collector, contains biological and bionomic matter which should be of service to students of the Lepidoptera of other regions. In the portions of the work that are concerned with the collecting, preparation and preserving of specimens, the tropical conditions prevailing in the Malay Peninsula are fully recognised, and the directions given bear the stamp of practical experience.

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