Butterflies (Collins New Naturalist Library, Volume 1) by E. B. Ford

By E. B. Ford

A systematic examine that retains in brain the wishes of butterfly creditors and of all those that love the rustic within the desire that it might bring up their excitement by way of widening the scope in their pursuits. This variation is unique to newnaturalists.com

Dr Ford, the writer of this interesting quantity on butterflies, was once an enthusiastic butterfly collector in his adolescence. He was once not just a certified biologist of significant contrast but additionally introduced his vast wisdom of genetics and evolution to endure at the difficulties coming up out of his amassing. therefore he was once in a position to see butterflies either as an soaking up pastime and as a part of the good landscape of biology.

The resultant e-book is an exceptional contribution to normal background within the most sensible feel of the time period. usual heritage isn't whatever not as good as technological know-how -- it's a part of technology, inviting an method in terms of box examine. whereas, accordingly, Dr Ford's booklet encompasses a a bit of larger share of medical background and technical rules than so much books on traditional heritage, this for the good majority of amateurs may be a stimulus instead of a drawback, and during the writer has saved in brain the desires of butterfly creditors and of all those that love the rustic within the wish that it could actually bring up their excitement by way of widening the scope in their pursuits.

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1902 - Un jardin botanique pour les écoles moyennes. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat: 623-694. 12. , 1904 - Les collections éthologiques au Jardin botanique de l’Etat. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat: 463-526. 13. , 1905 - La collection phylogénique au Jardin botanique de l’Etat. Bull. Jard. Bot. Etat: 238-264. 14. , 1908 - Les districts littoraux et alluviaux. , Massart J. ), Les aspects de la végétation en Belgique, 1. Jardin botanique de l’Etat, Bruxelles. 15. , 1910 - Esquisse de la Géographie botanique de la Belgique.

Le deuxième ouvrage consacré aux «Aspects de la végétation en Belgique» se présente d’une manière inhabituelle en raison de ses dimensions et surtout en raison de son contenu: deux volumes grand in-folio, quelques pages de texte seulement mais un ensemble de cent soixante six planches photographiques de grandes dimensions (30 x 40 cm) réalisées par Massart et représentant les paysages et les aspects de la végétation les plus typiques de quatre districts naturels de la Belgique [14–17]. Trois autres volumes et quatre cents autres planches de mêmes dimensions étaient prévus pour couvrir l’ensemble du territoire.

16. , 1911 - Nos Arbres. Lamertin, Bruxelles. 17. , 1912 - Les districts flandrien et campinien. , Massart J. ), Les aspects de la végétation en Belgique, 2. Jardin botanique de l’Etat, Bruxelles. 18. , 1912 - Pour la Protection de la Nature en Belgique. Lamertin, Bruxelles. 19. , 1912 - Les naturalistes actuels et l’étude de la nature. Bull. Cl. Sc. Acad. Roy. : 944-965. 20. , 1914 - Conservation des noms des lieux-dits. Comm. Roy. , 53: 128-130. 21. , 1916 - Quelques adaptations végétales au climat de la Côte d’Azur.

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