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Scientific Bibliography : Monarchs

General Reference

Ackery, P. R., Vane-Wright, R. I. 1984. Milkweed butterflies: Their cladistics and biology. Ithaca, N. Y.: British Museum (Natural History)/Cornell University Press. 425 pp.

Beall, G. 1941. The Monarch butterfly, Danaus archippus Fab. I. General observations in southern Ontario. Canadian Field-Naturalist (Ottowa) 55:123-129

Brewer, J. 1967. Wings in the meadow . 1970 edition ed. London:. xvii + 187 pp.

Brown, K. S., Jr. 1981. The biology of Heliconius and related genera. Annual Review of Entomology 26:427-456

Burns, J. M. 1983. Queen of the Carolinas (Lepidoptera:Nymphalidae:Danainae:Danacus gilippus). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85:388-396

Burton, J. F. 1969. The year of the monarchs. Animals 12:122-126

Common, L. F. B., Waterhouse, D. F. 1982. Butterflies of Australia. Sydney: Angus and Robertson Publishers, 434 pp.

Dell, B. 1974. Observations on the wanderer butterfly in western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 12:172-177

Ehrlich, P. R., Ehrlich, A. H. 1961. How to know the butterflies. Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown Company. 262 pp.

Eisner, T. 1982. For love of nature: Exploration and discovery at biological field stations. Bioscience (Washington) 32:321-326

Fink, A. 1982. Monterey County: The dramatic story of its past Santa Cruz, CA: Western Tanager Press. 254 pp.

Gilbert, L. E., Singer, M. C. 1975. Butterfly ecology. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 6:365-397

Holloway, J. D. 1973. Monarch butterflies in Australia. Animals 15:302-303

Holloway, J. D., Peters, J. V. 1976. The butterflies of New Caledonia and the Loyalty Islands. Journal of Natural History 10:273-318

Holt White, A. E. 1894. The butterflies and moths of Teneriffe xii + 108 pp. 4 pls. London.

Howe, W. H. 1975. The butterflies of North America north of Mexico New York: Doubleday and Co. xiii + 633 pp.

Judd, W. W. 1963. Butterflies of Dunn Township, Ontario. Ontario Field Biologist (Toronto) 17:1-14

Judd, W. W. 1970. Additional observations on butterflies of Dunn Township, Ontario. Ontario Field Biologist (Toronto) 24:13-16

Klots, A. B. 1951. A field guide to the butterflies of North America, east of the Great Plains. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 349 pp.

Koch, L. E. 1971. The Wanderer butterfly in western Australia. Western Australian Naturalist 12:25-27

Krivda, W. V. 1967. The Monarch butterfly (Danaidae) in northern Saskatchewan. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 21:31-32

Malcolm, S. B., Zalucki, M. P., eds. 1993. Biology and Conservation of the Monarch Butterfly . Vol. 38. Los Angeles: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

McCubbin, C. 1971. Australian butterflies [xxxii] + 206 pp. Melbourne.

Mitchell, R. T., Zim, H. S. 1962. Butterflies and moths. New York: Golden Press :160

Nagano, C. D. S., W. H. 1989. The monarch butterly. Audubon Wildlife Report 1989/1990: 367-385

Nicholson, C. 1935. Danaus plexippus L. in the British Isles. Entomologist (London) 68:245-251, 269-273

Nicholson, C. 1939. Danaus plexippus in Holland. Entomologist (London) 72:109

Ordish, G. 1975. The year of the butterfly New York:. xii + 147 pp.

Owen, D. F. 1971. Tropical butterflies Oxford:. xiv + 214 pp.

Pyle, R. M. 1981. The Audubon Society field guide to North American butterflies. New York: Alfred A. Knopf :916

Rothschild, M. 1985. British aposematic Lepidoptera. In The moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland . pp. 9-62. Vol. 2. Essex, Colcester: Harley Books

Scott, J. A. 1986. Butterflies of North America Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 583 pp.

Urquhart, F. A. 1960. The Monarch Butterfly Toronto & Lond.:. xxiv + 361 pp.

Watson, A., Whalley, P. E. S. 1975. The dictionary of butterflies and moths in colour, New York, St. Louis, San Francisco, and Toronto: McGraw-Hill Book Company, xiv + 296 pp.

Wells, H., Wells, P. H. 1992. The monarch butterfly: a review. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 91:1-25 [Keywords: life history, population dynamics, oviposition, distribution, energetics, mating, predation]

Wenner, A. M. 1989. Concept centered versus organism centered biology. American Zoologist 29:1177-1197 [Keywords: scientific method, sociology of science, controversy, paradigm]

Zalucki, M. P. 1986. The monarch butterfly--A nonpest exotic animal. In The ecology of exotic animals and plants: Some Australian case-histories. . pp. 128-143

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