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References

  • Ackery PR, Vane-Wright RI. 1984. Milkweed butterflies. British Museum (Natural History), London, .
  • Ackery PR, and Vane-Wright RI. 1984. Milkweed butterflies. British Museum (Natural History), London.
  • Brower L P, Oberhauser K, Boppre M, Brower A V Z, Vane-Wright R I. 2007. Monarch sex: ancient rites, or recent wrongs?. Antenna, 31, 12-18.
  • Brower, L. P., Oberhauser, K., Boppre, M., Brower, A. V. Z. & Vane-Wright, R. I. 2007. Monarch sex: ancient rites, or recent wrongs? Antenna 31:12-18.
  • Lushai G, Allen JA, Goulson D, MacLean N, and Smith DAS. 2005. The butterfly Danaus chrysippus (L.) in East Africa comprises polyphyletic, sympatric lineages that are, despite behavioral isolation, driven to hybridization by female-biased sex ratios. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 86: 117-131.
  • Lushai G, Zalucki MP, Smith DAS, Goulson D, and Daniels G. 2005. The lesser wanderer butterfly, Danaus petilia (Stoll 1790) stat. rev. (Lepidoptera: Danainae), reinstated as a species. Australian Journal of Entomology 44: 6-14.
  • Lushai G, Zalucki MP, Smith DaS, Goulson D, Daniels G. 2005. The lesser wanderer butterfly, Danaus petilia (Stoll 1790) stat. rev. (Lepidoptera: Danainae), reinstated as a species. australian Journal of Entomology, 44, 6-14.
  • Lushai G, allen Ja, Goulson D, MacLean N, Smith DaS. 2005. The butterfly Danaus chrysippus (L) in East Africa comprises polyphyletic, sympatric lineages that are, despite behavioral isolation, driven to hybridization by female-biased sex ratios. Biol J Linn Soc, 86, 117-131.
  • Pelham, Jonathan P. 2008. A catalogue of the butterflies of the United States and Canada with a complete bibliography of the descriptive and systematic literature. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, vol. 40. xiv + 658
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