Colophon Berrisfordi

Colophon Primosi

12.2 Hypothetical dispersion and present-day distribution of Colophon spp. stag beetles. There are two different lineages represented here by Roman or Arabic numerals. I, C. cameroni II, C. haughtoni III, C. eastmani IV, C. stokoev, 5, C. cassoni 6, C. berrisfordi 7, C. ndi 8, C. primosi 9, C. westwoodi, 10, C. barnardi 11, C. thunbergi 12, C. whitei 13, C. montisatris 14, C. izaradi. The whole genus is protected under international law CITES and is highly sought after. Evidence is accumulating...

Restoration of insect diversity

Ecological Succession Activity

Modem agricultural methods are unfortunately lethal both to wildflowers and butterflies. Cowslips, buttercups, and blue and copper wings have been cultivated, drained, and bulldozed out of our fields . . . But with time and trouble and experimentation one can get wildflowers to grow in profusion in the grass or mixed in with the good old cultivated varieties. Thus we can entice a few butterflies back into our daily lives and hope they will dawdle and dally round the Buddleia. There is no...