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The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 15 free pdf Excerpt from The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 15 For the next four days we were practically imprisoned in the Hotel Fletschorn, as it rained continuously. On July 20th the weather mended, and we started for Berisal. On the road, about two miles from the village of Simplon, a locality already known for E. christi, Mr. Lemann took two specimens, but I only noticed E. epiphron, var. cassiope. On the summit of the Pass there were a few butterflies, notably Colias phicomone and Melitaea aurinia, var. merope. Whilst at Berisal the weather was not fine, and the nights intensely cold for the time of year. In the meadows at the back of the 2nd Refuge, the well known locality for Lycaena zephyrus, var. lycidas, I took a fair number of s, also one or two s, but these latter were very worn. The walk down to Brigue will be remembered chiefly by the countless numbers of L. corydon, they were simply in thousands resting on the muddy roadsides, rising in clouds as they were disturbed by passing objects. At Sierre we spent several days. At the entrance of the Val d'Anniviers we found a good piece of collecting ground, although somewhat limited in extent- a fine form of L. arion occurred here, and close by, in the village of Chippis, Papilio podalirius was quite common. Here Mr. Lemann took Apatura ilia. Pieris daplidice was not uncommon, and a very large and interesting form of L. argus we found in the open spaces on the banks of the Rhone. On July 25th we paid a visit to the Pfyn-wald, a locality for L. meleager, var. stevenii, but were too late for the species- two days later, however, I captured two worn males in the grounds of the Hotel at Sierre. On our way to Glion we had a day's collecting on the Sepey road, but butterflies were not so abundant as we have usually found them in this well known locality- of Limenitis sibylla, which is generally so plentiful, we saw but one specimen. At Glion the weather was very bad, and during the five days we remained there collecting was almost out of the question. The following is a list of the species noticed: - Papilio podalirius. - Chippis, near Sierre, common- P. machaon, Laquinthal, Sierre,

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Author : C G Barrett
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 1332054315
EAN : 9781332054312
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 384 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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    . Excerpt from The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. 15 For the next four days we were practically imprisoned in the Hotel Fletschorn, as it rained continuously. On July 20th the weather mended, a