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Title Butterflies : ecology and evolution taking flight / edited by Carol L. Boggs, Ward B. Watt, and Paul R. Ehrlich.

Imprint Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c2003.


Location Call No. Status
 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction    595.789 BUT    Available
Description xvii, 739 p., [14] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 615-722) and index.
Contents Visual ecology of adult butterflies / Ronald L. Rutowski -- Molecular and physiological diversity of visual mechanisms in Papilio / Adriana D. Briscoe -- Hawkmoth pollination in Arizona's Sonoran desert: behavioral responses to floral traits / Robert A. Raguso, Mark A. Willis -- Sexual selection and the evolution of butterfly mating systems / Christer Wiklund -- Mate location and competition for mates in a pupal mating butterfly / Erika I. Deinert -- Phenofaunistics: seasonality as a property of butterfly faunas / Arthur M. Shapiro ... [et al.] -- Modeling present and potential future ranges of European butterflies using climate response surfaces / Jane K. Hill, Chris D. Thomas, Brian Huntley -- Ink marks and molecular markers: examining the effects of landscape on dispersal using both mark-recapture and molecular methods / Nusha Keyghobadi ... [et al.] -- Environmental variation, life histories, and allocation / Carol L. Boggs -- Spatial and temporal patterns of checkerspot butterfly-host plant association: the diverse roles of oviposition preference / Michael C. Singer -- Sex linkage of host plant use in butterflies / Niklas Janz -- The evolution of butterfly eyespot patterns / Paul M. Brokefield and Antonia Monteiro -- Mimicry and melanism in swallowtail butterflies: toward a molecular understanding / Richard ffrench-Constant, P. Bernhard Koch -- Adaptive novelty through introgression in heliconius wing patterns: evidence for a shared genetic "toolbox" from synthetic hybrid zones and a theory of diversification / Lawrence E. Gilbert -- Mechanistic studies of butterfly adaptations / Ward B. Watt -- Mate location: a matter of design? Adaptive morphological variation in the speckled wood butterfly / Hans Van Dyck -- Hybrid zone ecology and tiger swallowtail trait clines in North America / J. Mark Scriber, Mark Deering, Aram Stump -- Phylogenetic relationships of the riodinidae: implications for the evolution of ant association / Dana L. Campbell, Naomi E. Pierce -- Phylogenetic relationships of ithomiinae based on first-instar larvae / Paulo César Motta -- Butterfly molecular systematics: from species definitions to higher-level phylogenies / Felix Sperling -- Species concepts and sibling species: the case of leptidea sinapis and leptidea reali / Jean-Francois Martin, André Gilles, Henri Descimon -- Evidence and identity in butterfly systematics / Richard I. Vane-Wright -- Butterflies and conservation planning in Madagascar: from pattern to practice / Claire Kremen, David C. Lees, John P. Fay -- Butterflies as bioindicators for climate change effects / Camille Parmesan -- Movement behavior and minimum patch size for butterfly population persistence / Elizabeth E. Crone, Cheryl B. Schultz -- Biology of extinctions in butterfly metapopulations / Ilkka Hanski.
Subject Butterflies -- Ecology.
Butterflies -- Evolution.
Added Author Boggs, Carol L.
Watt, Ward B.
Ehrlich, Paul R.
ISBN 0226063178 (cloth : alk. paper)
0226063186 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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