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By Ross Layberry, Peter Hall, Don Lafontaine

Великолепно иллюстрированная и четко структурированная, книга представляет собой детальное руководство по всем аспектам исследований бабочек. Основанная на национальной коллекции, поддерживаемой Сельскохозяйственной службой Канады, книга содержит описания около three hundred видов бабочек, отмеченных на территории Канады, включая характеристику ранних стадий развития, подвидов и ключевых признаков, способствующих идентификации сходных видов. Для каждого вида приводится индивидуальная карта распространения, сгенерированная по базе данных из более 90000 записей локалитетов. Книга также содержит информацию по кормовым растениям, обилию, срокам лета и местообитаниям, а также обширную библиографию.
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Whether they should, in a formal sense, be referred to as viruses is entirely a matter for the ICTV to resolve—for which we have herein provided a reasonable solution (see Appendix). Finally, whether or not one would prefer to retain current nomenclature, ‘Polydnaviridae’ has to go. ) in the sense that the practice of assigning viruses of quite dissimilar morphology to the same family was unlikely to survive close scrutiny over the long term; whether to replace it with ‘Bracoviridae’, etc. is for the Appendix Suggested categories of viruses and virus-like entities: 1.

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