The butterflies of White Mountains National Park, Northern Queensland, and adjourning localities
Atkins, A.F., Edwards, E.D., Braby, M.F., Johnson, S.J., and Valentine, P.S. (2003) The butterflies of White Mountains National Park, Northern Queensland, and adjourning localities. Geography Monograph Series, 9 . pp. 7-10.
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The butterflies of the White Mountains area, northern Queensland, and surrounding areas are listed and brief biological and distributional notes are given. Sixty-six species are recorded. One species is endemic to the area and several are localised or uncommon. The majority of species are widespread with several known to migrate throughout northern Queensland.
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|Keywords:||butterflies; North Queensland; White Mountains|
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