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Butterflies and Moths of North America is a searchable database of butterfly and moth records in the United States and Mexico. Over 2,800 species are recorded in this database. [Information of the supplier]
The aim of this project has been to compile a comprehensive interactive catalogue of all the published genus-group names of Lepidoptera from Linnaeus, 1758, up to the present, and to provide full-colour images of representatives of most included families. The catalogue comprises a total of 31,147 ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
This checklist is a contemporary review of moths and butterflies of the Czech Republic. It comprises species occurring at present or at least in the past, migrants as well as species showing irregular occurrence, and synanthropic species. The species whose identifications were incorrect or doubtful as ... [Information of the supplier]
This database serves primarily to counteract the "memory loss" of important antiquarian lepidopterological publications and breeding reports. "Where can I find identification literature or publications about a particular butterfly, where can I find antiquarian journals especially concerned with ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
This private web site contains a database which includes all 9,927 European Lepidoptera species (butterflies and moths). On each species photos, information on biology (like life cycle, flight time, feeding plant, distribution etc.) and the vernacular names of different European languages are provided. ... [Editorial staff vifabio]
The aim of this private homepage is to give entomologists and interested amateurs an overview of the most important details of the ecology of some domestic butterfly species and, by means of numerous photos, to awaken interest in the beauty of threatened nature. In the download area the publications of ... [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
The Tineidae comprise up to 3000 small and medium sized species. This data base provides recently name or each of them, and informations on who has when described the species. Furthermore the depository of the holotypes is noted. [Information of the supplier, translated and modified]
HOSTS brings together an enormous body of information on what the world's butterfly and moth (Lepidoptera) caterpillars eat. The web-based version presented here offers a synoptic data set drawn from about 180,000 records comprising taxonomically 'cleaned' hostplant data for about 22,000 Lepidoptera ... [Information of the supplier]
Built on the fundamental work "Die Schmetterlinge Baden-Württembergs" (ed. G. Ebert), interactive, current, sightings maps for all 1167 large butterfly species indigenous to Baden Württemberg, as well as reports of some small butterfly species, are shown on this internet site. After displaying the ... [Information of the supplier, translated]
This private web site is dedicated to European butterflies (Papilionoidea & Hesperidae) and illustrates the diversity of these. Around 390 of the recognised 440 European species are presented (November 2010). Each species has its own species page with photographs, notes and observations. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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