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The butterflies of the Table Mountain range : with comprehensive observations on their habits, times of appearance and life-histories
Notes on the early stages of Poecilmitis brooksi Riley (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)
- C. Dickson
- 1 October 1959
The following notes on the early stages of Poecilmitis brooksi Riley 1 refer to material found in past years and deal rather briefly with only the principal features of the life-history of this…
LARVAL COLOR PATTERN IN PAPILIO DEMODOCUS
Some preliminary work is discussed on the determination of larval color pattern in this species, Papilio demnodocus, which has a wide distribution in Africa and feeds on Rutaceae over most of its range, but in parts of South Africa it is also found on Umbelliferae.
Toxic-Pfiesteria--surveillance for human disease in Maryland.
The presence of toxic stages of the dinoflagellate Pfiesteria piscicida and other morphologically related organisms was documented in three estuarine waterways on the lower Eastern Shore of Maryland in 1997 and formed the base on which national surveillance criteria for Estuary Associated Syndrome have been developed and regional surveillance protocols have been built.
Zophopetes dysmephila dysmephila (Trimen), a butterfly introduced into the extreme Western Cape on palms.
Mylothris chloris agathina (Cramer) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae), a species which has extended its range of distribution from the easterly part of South Africa to the extreme Western Cape
Human and animal dermatophilosis. An unusual case report and review of the literature
It is essential to emphasize the importance of this disease in livestock industry and leather production after an unusual case is reported and the disease is reviewed.
The life-history of Charaxes pelias pelias Cram. (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)
- C. Dickson
- 1 September 1949
A female of Charaxes pelias pelias Cram., the typical Cape race, was noticed on plants of Rafnia amplexicaulis. Larvae were found by looking over Rafnia plants. Detailed descriptionptions were made…
The genus Aloeides and allied genera (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)