2 edition of Moths of Borneo, with special reference to Mount Kinabalu found in the catalog.
Moths of Borneo, with special reference to Mount Kinabalu
J. D. Holloway
by Malayan Nature Society with assistance from the Sabah Foundation in Kuala Lumpur
Written in English
|Statement||by J. D. Holloway.|
|LC Classifications||QL556.M4 H64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||76941688|
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Moths of Borneo: With special reference to Mount Kinabalu Hardcover – January 1, by J.D. Holloway (Author)Author: J.D. Holloway. Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu.
Abstract This monograph contains descriptions of the new species, and notes on all other species, of Macrolepidoptera (Heterocera) taken by the author and his colleagues on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, in July-September Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu.
This monograph contains descriptions of the new species, and notes on all other species, of Macrolepidoptera (Heterocera) taken by the author and his colleagues on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, in July-September Cited by: Moths of Borneo, with special reference to Mount Kinabalu.
Kuala Lumpur: Malayan Nature Society with assistance from the Sabah Foundation, (OCoLC) Moths of Borneo: with special reference to Mount Kinabalu by Holloway, J.d. at Pemberley Books.
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Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu Holloway, J D: Published by Kuala Lumpur: Malayan Nature Society/Sabah Foundation, (). Species diversity in relation to Borneo Overall, the moth species richness of the study site corresponds well to that of the macromoth fauna known for Borneo (Table 1).
About % of the total Poring macromoth species was represented by the Noctuidae, with % of the total by: 7. J.D. HOLLOWAY: "Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mt.
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The family composition of Hong Kong macromoths, comprising Noctuidae at 45% of species and Geometridae at 25%, is similar to the moth faunas of Japan, Taiwan and Borneo.
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MOUNT KINABALU Introduction The Summit of Borneo. Mount Kinabalu is the most dramatic feature in Sabah and the tallest peak between the Himalayas & the New Guinea. Towering at 4, metres (13, feet), Mount Kinabalu exerts a magical quality that is both indescribable and unbelievable.
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The Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu. Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. pp, figs., 31 plates. The Moths of Borneo: part 6; Family Arctiidae, Subfamilies Syntominae, Euchromiinae.