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Acknowledgments, Links & References

Angela McGregor-Gibbons kindly donated her photos of the Red Admiral (sub-species) to use on the website.

Anna Barnett kindly donated her photos of the Red Admiral (light larva and pupa), Yellow Admiral ovum, Glade Copper and the Monarch cluster to use on the website.

Attapon Tansakul, my partner who has taken some great photos for this website.

Auckland Museum kindly let me photograph their collection.
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Byron Radford kindly donated his photo of the Common Tussock to use on the website.

Dave Boyle kindly donated his photo of the Forest Ringlet to use on the website.

Jérôme Albre kindly donated his photos of the Common Blue, Southern Blue, Boulder Copper (serveral variations), Common Copper (Lowland SI Variations), Glade Copper (variation), Rauparaha's Copper and Common Tussock to use on the website.

Jane Carver has proof read the website and provided suggestions for improvement.

John Early kindly donated his photos of the Lesser Wanderer Pupae.

Landcare Research kindly let me use some of their photos from their collection and website.
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Mike Lusk kindly donated his photos of the Yellow Admiral, Common Blue, Boulder Copper, Common Copper (Lowland NI and Mountain Variations), Forest Ringlet (ovum and larva) and Painted Lady to use on the website.

Norm Twigge kindly donated his photo of a Forest Ringlet pupa and the Evening Brown to use on the website.

Onn Tan kindly designed the printable ID Guide and website logos.
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Peter Fox kindly donated his photo of the Honshu White Admiral to use on the website.

Dr Quentin Paynter has assisted in research of the Honshu White Admiral page along with donating photos.

Dr Robin C Craw has pointed out a few updates and corrections to the website content.

Roger Frost kindly donated his photos of the Butler's Ringlet, Harris's Tussock, Janita's Tussock larva and Meadow Argus to use on the website.

Stuart Desjardins created the print pages, available from the Downloads page.

Taffy Parry kindly donated his photos of the Common Copper (Mountain Variation) and the Red Admiral to use on the website.

Trisha Allan contributed to the About the Author page.

Tony Wills kindly donated his photos of the Common Copper (Lowland NI Variation) and Glade Copper to use on the website.

Vicky Steele kindly donated her photo of a Yellow Admiral pupae and contributed to the About the Author page.

Zoe kindly donated her photo of the Lesser Wanderer Larvae.

Articles

Chronicle Online, Sept 8th 2009, Milkweed and Caterpillars: a biological arms race? Video by Charles Walcott. Cornell University Enhancing Native Butterfly Populations in the Waipara Valley by Mark Gillespie, 2010. Linocln University Bio-Protection Research Centre

Entomological Review, 1996, Volume 75 #9 pp 595.789 On the systematics of the genera Lycaena F. and Heliophorus Geyer (Lepidoptera : Lycaenidae) by AB Zhdanko. Institute of Zoology, Kazakhstan National Academy of Sciences, Alma-Ata. Scripta Technica Inc. ISSN 0013-8738/96/0009-0001.

Forest and Bird Feb 1999 (Issue 291), p28-31 (Once in a Blue Moon) by P Maddison and M Resister.

Records of the Auckland Institute and Museum, 1980, Volume 17 p157-173 Monarch Butterfly Dispersal in New Zealand by KAJ Wise The conservation of native New Zealand butterflies in the ecologically enhanced farming landscape of Waipara, northern Canterbury (Thesis) by Mark Gillespie, 2010. Linocln University

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1968, Volume 4 #1 Flight periods and sex ratios of New Zealand Coppers (Lycaenidae) by JEC Flux,

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1970, Volume 4 #4 The life history of the Black Mountain Ringlet butterfly by GW Gibbs

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1976, Volume 6 #2 The Flight Period of Dodonidia helmsii by RC Craw

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1978, Volume 6 #4 Damage to Pasture Legumes by Larvae of the Common Blue, Zizina otis labradus by R East, KN Watson and RD Welsh

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1980, Volume 7 #2 Some records of butterflies, grasshoppers, and crickets in the Urewera National Park by RL Brock

The New Zealand Entomologist, 1982, Volume 7 #3 The Australian painted lady butterfly, Cynthia kershawi, in Dunedin, 1980-1981 by AC Harris

Zootaxa, 2008, Volume 1746 p15-38 Molecular Systematics and biogeography of the genus Zizina (Lepidoptera : Lycaenidae) by M Yago et al. Laboratory of Evolutionary Systematics, Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo. Magnolia Press. ISSN 1175-5334 (online) 1175-5326 (print).

Books

A Field Companion to the Butterflies of Australia and NZ by Bernard D'Abrera, 1984. Five Mile Press. ISBN 0 86788 020 1

A Photographic Guide To Insects of New Zealand by Brian Parkinson, 2007. ISBN 978-1-86966-151-9

Butterflies and Moths of New Zealand by Brian Parkinson and Brian Patrick, 2000. ISBN 0 7900 0734 7

Butterflies of NZ by WBR Laidlaw. 1970. Collins Bros and Co.

Catherine Hamilton's Butterflies of New Zealand by Catherine Hamilton, 1982. David Bateman Ltd. ISBN 0 908610 11 4

Evolution of The Insects by David Grimaldi and Michael S Engel, 2005. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-52182-149-0

How to attract Butterflies to your garden by Densely Cline, 1990. Reed. ISBN 0 7301 0330 7

NZ Butterflies - Identification and Natural History by GW Gibbs, 1980. William Collins Publishers Ltd. ISBN 0 00 216955 X

The Butterflies and Moths of New Zealand by GV Hudson, 1928. Ferguson and Osborn.

Which New Zealand Insect by Andrew Crowe, 2002. Penguin. ISBN 0 14 100636 6


People

Norm Twigge

Dr Robin C Craw

Roger Frost


Websites

Australian-Insects.com

Natural History Museum's Global Lepidoptera Names Index Monarch Butterfly NZ Trust Forums

South Australian Butterflies

Te Ara Encyclopaedia of New Zealand - Butterflies and moths - Long-tailed blue butterfly Tree of Life web project UK Butterflies

Contents > Resources > Acknowledgments, Links & References