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Distribution of nymphalid butterflies (Brush footed) in district Rawalpindi and Islamabad [Pakistan]  [2000]

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Sabir, A.M.
Bhatti, A.H. (Beekeeping & Hill Fruit Pests Research Sub- Station, Murree (Pakistan))
Rafi, M.A.
Suhail, A.

Abstract:
Nymphalidae is by for the largest family of butterflies represented the world over. In the present studies from Rawalpindi and Islamabad, eight selected sites were sampled. The collected specimens were compared with the previously reported species of this family and out of 18 species, Kallima inachus was recorded for the first time from Pakistan.


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Volume: 3

Issue: 8

Start Page: 1253

End Page: 1254

Language: English

Type: Summary

In AGRIS since: 2000

Other subjects: species; distribution geographique; nymphalidae; espece; especies; pakistan; distribucion geografica; geographical distribution

All titles:

"Distribution of nymphalid butterflies (Brush footed) in district Rawalpindi and Islamabad [Pakistan]"




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