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Seventh edition (2008)

(complete from 1973 to 2007)


This bibliography is a selction of publications dealing with general and technical aspects of the study of butterflies that may be of interest to those with a primary interest in the Afrotropical butterfly fauna.

ACKERMANN, O. 1948. Plastic mounts for butterfly and moth collections. The Lepidopterists’ News 2 (3): 31.

ACKERY, P.R. 1984. Systematic and faunistic studies on butterflies. In: Vane-Wright, R.I. and Ackery, P.R. [Eds]. The biology of butterflies. Symposia of the Royal Entomological Society of London, No. 11: 9-21 (Princeton paperback edition, 1989).

ACKERY, P.R. 1988a. Hostplants and classification: a review of nymphalid butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society of London 33 (2): 95-203.

ACKERY, P.R., & VANE-WRIGHT, R.I. 1984. Milkweed butterflies - their cladistics and biology, being an account of the natural history of the Danainae, a subfamily of the Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae. British Museum (Natural History) Publication No. 893: 1-425.

ACKERY, P.R., & VANE-WRIGHT, R.I. 1985. Patterns of plant utilization of danaine butterflies. European Congress of Lepidopterology 3: 3-6.

ACKERY, P.R., DE JONG, R., & VANE-WRIGHT, R.I. 1998. The butterflies: Hedyloidea, Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea. In: Kristensen, N.P. [Ed.]. Lepidoptera, Moths and Butterflies Vol. 1. Evolution, Systematics and Biogeography In: Handbook of Zoology Vol. IV Arthropoda, Insecta Part 35. De Gruyter, Berlin. [Papilionoidea, @chap]

ADLER, P.H., & PEARSON, D.L. 1982. Why do male butterflies visit mud puddles? Canadian Journal of Zoology 60 (3): 322-325.

AHMAD, S., & PARDINI, R.S. Mechanisms for regulating oxygen toxicity in phytophagous insects. Free Radical Biology and Medicine 8 (4): 401-413.

ALLYN, A.C., ROTHSCHILD, M., & SMITH, D.S. 1982. Microstructure of blue/green and yellow pigmented wing membranes in Lepidoptera with remarks concerning the function of pterobilins – 1. Genus Graphium. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum No. 75: 1-20.

ALMEIDA, M.R., & RAVINDRAN, V.K. 1988. Relationship between pyrrolizidine alkaloids, danaine butterflies and Ageratum conyzoides. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 85 (1): 241-242.

ANDERSON, B., & MOORHEAD, C. 2001. The myth of reflectance basking – an optical and thermal case study of the green-veined white Pieris napi (Linn.) (Lepidoptera: Pierinae) with some field observations on other species. Bedfordshire Naturalist 55 (1): 56-64. [Pieridae, Pierinae. Pieris brassicae; Pieris rapae].

ANDOW, D.A., KAREIVA, P.M., LEVIN, S.A., & OKUBO, A. 1990. Spreading of invading organisms. Landscape Ecology 4 (2-3): 177-188.

ANDREWARTHA, H.G. 1952. Diapause in relation to the ecology of insects. Biology Reviews 27: 50-107. [Review]

ANONYMOUS 1972. Pollen prolongs a butterfly’s active life. New Scientist 55 (803): 8.

ARBESMAN, S., ENTHOVEN, L., & MONTEIRO, A. 2003. Ancient wings: animating the evolution of butterfly wing patterns. Biosystems 71 (3): 289-295. [Bicyclus]

ARIKAWA, K., & AOKI, K. 1982. Response characteristics and occurrence of extraocular photoreceptors on lepidopteran genitalia. Journal of Comparative Physiology 148 (4): 483-489.

ARNETT, R.H. 1970. The type locality and the study of natural populations. Ent. News 81: 95-100.

ARTHUR, W. 2003. Developmental constraint and natural selection. Evolution and Development 5 (2): 117-118. [Bicyclus anynana]

ASGARI, S., & SCHMIDT, O. 2002. A coiled-coil region of an insect immune suppressor protein is involved in binding and uptake by hemocytes. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 32 (5): 497-504. [Pieris rapae].

ATKINS, A. 1989. The drinking and perching habits of skippers. Antenna 13 (3): 103-104.

ATSATT, P.R. 1981. Lycaenid butterflies and ants: selection for enemy-free space. American Naturalist 118 (5): 638-654.

AUBERT, J., BARASCUD, B., DESCIMON, H., & MICHEL, F. 1996. Systematique moleculaire des argynnes (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences Serie III Sciences de la Vie 319 (7): 647-651. [Issoria, taxonomic position, p.650.].

AUSSEM, B. 1980. Satyriden-Studie 3. Sonderbildung an den Mandibeln der Raupen des Tribus Satyrini Boisduval 1836 (Lepidoptera, Satyridae). Entomofauna 1 (13): 226-233.

AYRE, G.L., & BLUM, M.S. 1971. Attraction and alarm of ants (Camponotus spp. – Hymenoptera: Formicidae) by pheromones. Physiol. Zool. 44: 77-83.

BAGUETTE, M. 2004. The classical metapopulation theory and the real, natural world: a critical appraisal. Basic and Applied Ecology 5 (3): 213-224. .

BAGUETTE, M., & SCHTICKZELLE, N. 2006. Negative relationship between dispersal distance and demography in butterfly metapopulations. Ecology (Washington D C) 87 (3): 648-654. .

BAILLIE, J., & GROOMBRIDGE, B. [Eds.] 1996. IUCN 1996. 1996 IUCN red list of threatened animals. Gland, Switzerland. [#book].

BALASUBRAMANIAN, M.V. 1990. Butterfly pollination ecology. Indian Review of Life Sciences 10: 169-186.

BALDUF, W.V. 1938. The rise of entomophagy among Lepidoptera. American Naturalist 72: 358-379.

BALLMER, G.R. & PRATT, G.F. 1991. Quantification of ant attendance (myrmecophily) of lycaenid larvae. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 30 (1-2): 95-112. . [PDF file on CD 1].

BALMER, O. 2002. Species lists in ecology and conservation: abundances matter. Conservation Biology 16 (4): 1160-1161. .

BANZIGER, H. 1971. Extension and coiling of the lepidopterous proboscis – a new interpretation of the blood-pressure theory. Mitt. Schweiz. Ent. Ges. 43: 225-239.

BARNETT, A. 2000. Copy your neighbour. New Scientist 167 (2255): 34-37. .

BAUERFEIND, S.S., & FISCHER, K. 2005. Effects of food stress and density in different life stages on reproduction in a butterfly. Oikos 111 (3): 514-524. [Bicyclus anynana]

BAUGHMAN, J.F. 1991. Do protandrous males have increased mating success? The case of Euphydryas editha. American Naturalist 138 (2): 536-542.

BAUGHMAN, J.F., & MURPHY, D.D. 1988. What constitutes a hill to a hilltopping butterfly? American Midland Naturalist 120 (2): 441-443.

BAUGHMAN, J.F., MURPHY, D.D., & EHRLICH, P.R. 1988. Population structure of a hilltopping butterfly. Oecologia (Berlin) 75 (4): 593-600.

BAUGHMAN, J.F., MURPHY, D.D., & EHRLICH, P.R. 1990. A reexamination of hilltopping in Euphydryas editha. Oecologia (Berlin) 83 (2): 259-260.

BEALL, G. 1953. Congregation of butterflies at hilltops. The Lepidopterists’ News 7 (2-5): 41-43. [hilltopping behaviour]

BELDADE, P., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2002. The genetics and evo-devo of butterfly wing patterns. Nature Reviews Genetics 3 (6): 442-452.

BELDADE, P., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2003a. The difficulty of agreeing about constraints. Evolution and Development 5 (2): 119-120. [Bicyclus anynana]

BELDADE, P., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2003b. Concerted evolution and developmental integration in modular butterfly wing patterns. Evolution and Development 5 (2): 169-179. [Bicyclus anynana]

BELDADE, P., BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & LONG, A.D. 2002. Contribution of Distal-less to quantitative variation in butterfly eyespots. Nature (London) 415 (6869): 315-318. [Bicyclus anynana]

BELDADE, P., KOOPS, K., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2002a. Developmental constraints versus flexibility in morphological evolution. Nature (London) 416 (6883): 844-847. [Bicyclus anynana]

BELDADE, P., KOOPS, K., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2002b. Modularity, individuality, and evo-devo in butterfly wings. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (22): 14262-14267. [Bicyclus anynana]

BELLOWS, T.S., VAN DRIESCHE, R.G., & ELKINTON, J.S. 1989. Extensions to Southwood and Jepson’s graphical method of estimating numbers entering a stage for calculating mortality due to parasitism. Researches on Population Ecology (Kyoto) 31 (2): 169-184.

BERENBAUM, M.R. 1983. Effects of tannins on growth and digestion in two species of papilionids. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 34 (3): 245-250.

BERENBAUM, M.R. 1991. Comparative processing of allelochemicals in the Papilionidae (Lepidoptera). Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 17 (4): 213-221.

BERENBAUM, M.R. 1995. Aposematism and mimicry in caterpillars. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 49 (4): 386-396.

BERENBAUM, M.R., & FEENY, P. 1981. Toxicity of angular furanocoumarins to swallowtail butterflies: escalation in a coevolutionary arms race? Science (Washington D C) 212 (4497): 927-929.

BERG, O. 1990. [How many species of butterflies are there in the world?]. Insekt Nytt 15 (2): 21-22.

BERNARD, G.D. 1979. Red-absorbing visual pigment of butterflies. Science (Washington D C) 203 (No. 4385): 1125-1127.

BERNARD, G.D. 1983. Bleaching of rhabdoms in eyes of intact butterflies. Science (Washington D C) 219 (4580): 69-71.

BERNARD, G.D., & REMINGTON, C.L. 1991. Color vision in Lycaena butterflies: spectral tuning of receptor arrays in relation to behavioral ecology. Proccedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 88 (7): 2783-2787.

BERNAYS, E.A., & MINKENBERG, O.P.J.M. 1997. Insect herbivores: different reasons for being a generalist. Ecology (Washington D C) 78 (4): 1157-1169. (Cynthia cardui).

BETTS, C.R., & WOOTTON, R.J. 1988. Wing shape and flight behaviour in butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea): a preliminary analysis. Journal of Experimental Biology 138: 271-288.

BILLINGTON, H.L., THOMAS, C.D., & GILBERT, L.E. 1990. Variation in stage specific mortality patterns of a specialist herbivore on different host plant clones. Functional Ecology 4 (6): 721-725.

BINGHAM, M. [G.] 1985. Further observations on hill-topping. Metamorphosis 1 (15): 10-11.

BINGMAN, V.P., & CHENG, K. 2005. Mechanisms of animal global navigation: comparative perspectives and enduring challenges. Ethology Ecology and Evolution 17 (4): 295-318.

BIRKET-SMITH, S.J.R. 1974. Morphology of the male genitalia of Lepidoptera. 1. Ditrysia. Entomologica Scand. 5 (1): 1-22.

BIRO, L.P., BALINT, Z., VERTESY, Z., MARK, G.I., HORVATH, Z.E., BALAZS, J., MEHN, D., KIRICSI, I., LOUSSE, V., & VIGNERON, J.P. 2003. Role of photonic-crystal-type structures in the thermal regulation of a lycaenid butterfly sister species pair. Physical Review E 67 (2): 1-7.

BLANCHARD, A. 1976. Presidential address 1975 – to my fellow amateurs. Journal of the Lepidopterist’s Society 30 (1): 1-11.

BLEST, A.D. 1957. The functions of eyespot patterns in the Lepidoptera. Behaviour 11: 209-256.

BOENDER, C.G.E., & RINNOOY-KAN, A.H.G. 1987. A multinomial Bayesian approach to the estimation of population and vocabulary size. Biometrika 74 (4): 849-856.

BOGGS, C.L. 1981. Nutritional and life-history determinants of resource allocation in holometabolous insects. American Naturalist 117 (5): 692-709.

BOGGS, C.L. 1988. Rates of nectar feeding in butterflies: effects of sex, size, age and nectar concentration. Functional Ecology 2 (3): 289-295.

BOGGS, C.L. 1990. A general model of the role of male-donated nutrients in female insects’ reproduction. American Naturalist 136 (5): 598-617.

BOGGS, C.L., & DAU, B. 2004. Resource specialization in puddling Lepidoptera. Environmental Entomology 33 (4): 1020-1024.

BOGGS, C.L., & GILBERT, L.E. 1979. Male contribution to egg production in butterflies: evidence for transfer of nutrients at mating. Science (Washington D C): 206 (No. 4414): 83-84.

BOGGS, C.L., HOLDREN, C.E., KULAHCI, I.G., BONEBRAKE, T.C., INOUYE, B.D., FAY, J.P., MCMILLAN, A., WILLIAMS, E.H., & EHRLICH, P.R. 2006. Delayed population explosion of an introduced butterfly. Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (2): 466-475.

BOGGS, C.L., & JACKSON, L.A. 1991. Mud puddling by butterflies is not a simple matter. Ecological Entomology 16 (1): 123-127.

BOGGS, C.L., WATT, W.B., & EHRLICH, P.R. 2003. Butterflies: ecology and evolution taking flight. University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London. i-xvii, 1-739. [General reference #book]

BOGNER, F., & BOPPRE, M. 1989. Single cell recordings reveal hydroxydanaidal as the volatile compound attracting insects to pyrrolizidine alkaloids. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 50 (2): 171-184. [Danainae; Danaus]

BOPPRE, M. 1977. Structural complexity of scent organs of male danaid butterflies. Scanning Electron Microscopy 1977 (2): 639-644.

BOPPRE, M. 1983. Leaf-scratching – a specialized behaviour of danaine butterflies (Lepidoptera) for gathering secondary plant substances. Oecologia (Heidelberg) 58 (2-3): 414-416.

BOPPRE, M., & VANE-WRIGHT, R.I. 1989. Androconial systems in Danainae (Lepidoptera): functional morphology of Amauris, Danaus, Tirumala and Euploea. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 97 (2): 101-133.

BOURSIN, C. 1947. La classification du Dr. C. Borner. Rev. Franc. Lepid. 11: 65-78.

BOWDEN, S.R. 1979. Protandry in butterflies (Lepidoptera). Entomologist’s Gazette 30 (2): 112.

BOWDEN, S.R. 1990. The experimental breeding of butterflies. In: KUDRNA, O. [Ed.] 1990. Butterflies of Europe. Volume 2. Introduction to lepidopterology. AULA-Verlag, Weisbaden, 1-557. Chapter pagination: 437-448.

BOYD, B., & PYLE, R.M. [EDS] 2000. Nabokov’s butterflies: unpublished and uncollected writings. Beacon Press, Boston. i-xiv, 1-782. [General reference #book]

BRABY, M.F. 1996. Mating frequency in bush-brown butterflies (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 50 (1): 80-86. [Mycalesis; General reference]

BRABY, M.F. 2005b. Provisional checklist of genera of the Pieridae (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea). Zootaxa 832: 1-16.

BRABY, M.F., & TRUEMAN, J.W.H. 2006. Evolution of larval host plant associations and adaptive radiation in pierid butterflies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (5): 1677-1690.

BRABY, M.F., TRUEMAN, J.W.H., & EASTWOOD, R. 2005c. When and where did butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) evolve? Phylogenetic and biogeographic evidence suggests an origin in remnant Gondwana in the late Cretaceous. Invertebrate Systematics 19 (2): 113-143.

BRABY, M.F., VILA, R., & PIERCE, N.E. 2006. Molecular phylogeny and systematics of the Pieridae (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea): higher classification and biogeography. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 147: 239-275. [Have photocopy]

BRABY, M.F., PIERCE, N.E., & VILA, R. 2007. Phylogeny and historical biogeography of the subtribe Aporiina (Lepidoptera: Pieridae): implications for the origin of Australian butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 90 (3): 413-440.

BRACKENBURY, J.H. 1991. Kinematics of take-off and climbing flight in butterflies. Journal of Zoology (London) 224 (2): 251-270.

BRADFORD, E.S. 1972. Breeding cages. Bulletin of the Amateur Entomological Society 31 (297): 134-136.

BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2001a. Structure of a character and the evolution of butterfly eyespot patterns. Journal of Experimental Zoology 291 (2): 93-104. [Bicyclus anynana.]

BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2001b. The structure of a character and the evolution of patterns. In: Wagner, G.P. [Ed.]. The character concept in evolutionary biology. Academic Press, San Diego: i-xxiii, 1-622. Chapter pagination: 343-361. [Bicyclus anynana. @chap]

BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2003. The power of evo-devo to explore evolutionary constraints: Experiments with butterfly eyespots. Zoology (Jena) 106 (4): 283-290. [Bicyclus anynana.]

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & BREUKER, C.J. 1996. The genetical basis of fluctuating asymmetry for developmentally integrated traits in a butterfly eyespot pattern. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences 263 (1376): 1557-1563. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & FRENCH, V. 1993. Butterfly wing patterns: developmental mechanisms and evolutionary change. Acta Biotheoretica 41(4):447-468. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & FRENCH, V. 1995. Eyespot development on butterfly wings: the epidermal response to damage. Developmental Biology 168(1):98-111. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & FRENCH, V. 1999. Butterfly wings: the evolution of development of colour patterns. Bioessays 21 (5): 391-401. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & KESBEKE, F. 1997. Genotype-environment interactions for insect growth in constant and fluctuating temperature regimes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B Biological Sciences 264 (1382): 717-723. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & KOOI, R.E. 1995. Can the tropical butterfly Bicyclus anynana help in the conservation of Dutch butterflies? Levende Natuur 96 (2): 53-56.

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & LARSEN, T.B. 1984. The evolutionary significance of dry and wet season forms in some tropical butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 22 (1): 1-12.

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & MAZZOTTA, V. 1995. Matching field and laboratory environments: effects of neglecting daily temperature variation on insect reaction norms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8 (5): 559-573. (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., & SACCHERI, I.J. 1994. Guidelines in conservation genetics and the use of the population cage experiments with butterflies to investigate the effects of genetic drift and inbreeding. Experientia Supplementum (Basel) 68: 165-179. [The same paper was published in: Loeschcke-V, Tomiuk-J, and Jain-SK (Eds). Conservation genetics. Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, Boston and Berlin 1994:i-x, 1-440. Chapter pagination:165-179.] [@chap] (Bicyclus anynana).

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., FRENCH, V., & ZWAAN, B.J. 2003. Development and the genetics of evolutionary change within insect species. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 34: 633-660. [Bicyclus anynana]

BRAKEFIELD, P.M., GATES, J., KEYS, D., KESBEKE., F, WIJNGAARDEN, P.J., MONTEIRO, A., FRENCH, V., & CARROLL, S.B. 1996. Development, plasticity and evolution of butterfly eyespot patterns. Nature (London) 384(6606):236-242. (Bicyclus anynana).

BREUKER, C.J., & BRAKEFIELD, P.M. 2003. Heat shock in the developmentally sensitive period of butterfly eyespots fails to increase fluctuating asymmetry. Evolution and Development 5 (3): 231-239. [Bicyclus anynana]

BREWER, J. 1978. Butterflies. Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, New York: 1-176.

BREWER, J. 1984. Book review. “Dear Lord Rothschild (Birds, butterflies & History)” by Miriam Rothschild, 1983. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 38 (4): 327-328.

BREWER, J. 1990. Rearing butterflies. Wings 15 (1): 14-15.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1983. Lepidoptera, Hesperiidae: notes on species group names. C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1983: 265 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1984. A preliminary list of the publications containing the original descriptions of the species-group names in the butterfly families Lycaenidae and Riodinidae (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1984: 215 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1985a. Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera. Notes on family- and genus-group names. Part 1. Synonomic list of family-group names. Part 2. Index to type-genera. C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1985: part 1 9 pp.; part 2: 1-8.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1985b. Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera. Notes on family- and genus-group names. Part 4. Synonomic list of genus-group names. C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1985: 1-37.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1985c. Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera. Notes on family- and genus-group names. Part 5. Index to genus-group names. C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1985: 1-13.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1985d. Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera. Notes on family- and genus-group names. Part 8. Bibliography. Part 9. Index to journals and serials. C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1985: 1-51; 1-19.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1988a. Bibliography (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1988: 587 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1988b. Catalogue of Lycaenidae & Riodinidae (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1988: 816 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1988c. Catalogue of Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1988: 463 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1988d. Catalogue of Papilionidae & Pieridae (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1988: 721 pp.

BRIDGES, C.A. 1988e. Catalogue of the family-group and genus-group names (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). C.A. Bridges, Urbana, Illinois, 1988: 357 pp.

BRISCOE, A., BERNARD, G.D., SZETO, A.S., NAGY, L.M., & WHITE, R.H. 2003. Not all butterfly eyes are created equal: rhodopsin absorbtion spectra, molecular identification, and localization of ultraviolet-, blue-, and green-sensitive rhodopsin-encoding mRNAs in the retina of Vanessa cardui. Journal of Comparative Neurology 458 (4): 334-349.
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