4 edition of The Lepidoptera of Rapa Island found in the catalog.
The Lepidoptera of Rapa Island
John Frederick Gates Clarke
1971 by Smithsonian Institution Press; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 228-247.
|Statement||[by] J. F. Gates Clarke.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology, no. 56, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 56.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 56, QL559.R3 .S54 no. 56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 282 p.|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||70612298|
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The lepidopteran faunas of Easter, Pitcairn and Henderson Islands are listed and discussed, with notes on biology.
The faunas are compared with those of Mururoa and Rapa Islands for the effects The Lepidoptera of Rapa Island book geology, ecology and human disturbance. The Lepidoptera of Rapa Island. by Clarke, J.F.
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This book, written for a large audience, is a must-read for everyone interested in the fascinating Isla de Pascua.' Morgan De Dapper - Past President, Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Belgium 'In this book, Jan J.
Boersema breaks with the consensus about an ecological and cultural crash on Easter Island. Phylogenetic studies and modern classification of the Pyraloidea (Lepidoptera) Estudios filogenéticos y clasificación actual de los Pyraloidea (Lepidoptera) M.
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In this story, made popular by geographer Jared Diamond’s bestselling book Collapse, the Indigenous people of the island, the Rapanui, so destroyed their.
Easter Island (Rapa Nui: Rapa Nui, Spanish: Isla de Pascua) is an island and special territory of Chile in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, at the southeasternmost point of the Polynesian Triangle in Island is most famous for its nearly 1, extant monumental statues, called moai, created by the early Rapa NuiUNESCO named Easter Island a World Heritage Site.
The book starts with the ancient history of the island including population by Polynesians to the civil unrest and eventual decline of the Rapa Nui society and subsequent contact with the Europeans before moving to modern eras covering annexation and colonization by Chile and the Rapa Nui fight for civil rights in recent history.
The Lepidoptera of the British Islands: a descriptive account of the families, genera, and species indigenous to Great Britain and Ireland, their preparatory states, habits, and localities by Barrett, Charles Golding, Whatever happened on Easter Island, it wasn't good.
Polynesians landed there, farmed, thrived, built their famous statues, and then things went. Spoiler alert: a new study of ancient DNA from early residents of Rapa Nui says otherwise. Easter Island, known for its moai — massive human figures erected all over the small island — has long held fascination for travelers and researchers alike.
The journal serves as a forum for interdisciplinary scholarship in the humanities and social sciences on Easter Island and the Eastern Polynesian region.
Each issue may include Research Articles, Research Reports, Commentaries or Dialogues, Book or Media Reviews and EIF News. Rapa Nui National Park is a national park and UNESCO-inscribed World Heritage Site located on Easter Island, Nui is the Polynesian name of Easter Island; its Spanish name is Isla de Pascua.
The island is located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, at the southeastern extremity of the Polynesian island was taken over by Chile in platform for over journals and books published by nonprofit societies, associations, Central Island, Lake Turkana, m, The Lepidoptera of Rapa.
Island. Smith sonian Contributi ons. Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island (a name given to it by Europeans), is located in the southeast Pacific and is famous for its approximately 1, carvings of moai, human-faced statues.
The Rapa Nui people, who have lived on Easter Island since before Europeans arrived, accomplished incredible feats of engineering. But some centuries ago, their numbers dwindled. What kickstarted. Rapa is a high volcanic island and its climate is considered to be wet subtropical / subtemperate with a mean annual temperature of °C, a minimum at °C, and mean annual rainfall of mm at sea level (Barsczus ; Meyer ).
Levels of endemism have been reported as very high among certain organisms, such as weevils (Paulay ). Nowe dane o rozmieszczeniu i biologii moli (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) zwiazanych ze srodowiskiem lesnym. New data on the distribution and biology of tineid moths (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) associated with forest habitats.
Wiadomosci Entomologiczne 35 (2): 91 – The island is rather small but there is no public transport anywhere. Most people book day tours to learn more about the story behind the moai from a guide.
It can make a big difference when you have a knowledgable Rapa Nui guide. I traveled with Easter Island Travel and learned a lot from my local guide who was informative, fun and engaging. Some 2, miles off the coast of Chile, Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island, is among the world’s most remote inhabited islands.
When I visited init took nearly 20 hours of travel to. 4 SHORT PAPERS ON LEPIDOPTERA [AMERICAN MUSEUM NOVITATES, ] by Dos Passos, Cyril F and a great selection of related books, art.
This book is a comprehensive description of the grammar of Rapa Nui, the Polynesian language spoken on Easter Island. After an introductory chapter, the grammar deals with phonology, word classes, the noun phrase, possession, the verb phrase, verbal and nonverbal clauses, mood and negation, and clause combinations.
The phonology of Rapa Nui reveals certain issues of typological interest, such. Erechthias zebrina is a fungus moth (family Tineidae).
Initially, it was mistakenly believed to be an ermine moth (family Yponomeutidae) of genus Argyresthia. This species has a wingspan of 8–10 mm.
It was first described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in from Hawaii, but is a widespread species reported from Africa, the Seychelles, Réunion, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, India, Australia, China. Easter Island (Rapa Nui) has gained recognition in recent years due in part to a book that used it as a model for societal collapse from bad environmental practices ringing alarm bells for.
Roggeveen came upon Rapa Nui on Easter Sunday,hence the English name Easter Island. Rapa Nui is also known by its Spanish name, Isla de Pascua, which is the transliteration of the English name. Rampant inter-clan warfare began within a few decades of this contact, and resulted in all of the moai being toppled by British explorer Capt.
Geologically one of the youngest inhabited territories on Earth, Easter Island, located in the mid-Pacific Ocean, was, for most of its history, one of the most inhabitants, the Rapa Nui, have endured famines, epidemics of disease and cannibalism,  civil war, environmental collapse, slave raids, various colonial contacts, and have seen their population crash on.
Easter Island, Spanish Isla de Pascua, also called Rapa Nui, Chilean dependency in the eastern Pacific Ocean. It is the easternmost outpost of the Polynesian island world. It is famous for its giant stone statues. The island stands in isolation 1, miles (1, km) east of Pitcairn Island and 2, miles (3, km) west of Chile.
On the south coast of the Polynesian island of Rapa Nui (Easter Island), a dozen or more fallen statues (moai) lie slumped across the rectangular stone platforms (ahu) on which they once proudly is the ruined ahu complex of the Akahanga, which is but one of dozens dotted around the coastline of the tiny island.
Between 1, and years ago, when the moai stood erect, rather. But the island, called Rapa Nui by its Indigenous people, has also captured the world’s imagination for an entirely different reason. R apa Nui is often seen as a cautionary example of societal collapse.
In this story, made popular by geographer Jared Diamond’s bestselling book Collapse, the Indigenous people of the island, the Rapanui, so.
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The so-called collapse of Rapa Nui’s food supply, which resulted in starvation and cannibalism, is a long-held theory and, on occasion, a parable for the dangers of. A few Lepidoptera are directly beneficial to humans. Nearly all silk is obtained from the domesticated silkworm (Bombyx mori), which is originally from silks such as shantung and tussah are the products of various Asiatic giant silkworm moths (family Saturniidae).The larvae and sometimes the adults of a few species are used for food.Easter Island (Spanish: Isla de Pascua, Rapa Nui: Rapa Nui) is one of the most isolated islands on settlers called the island "Te Pito O Te Henua" (The Navel of the World).
It is a territory of Chile that lies far off in the Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway to as one of the world's sacred sites, it is most famous for its enigmatic giant stone statues or moai whose.
Moai sculptures on Rapa Nui. Lee Coursey. Inthe Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl voyaged to Rapa Nui, the ancestral name of Easter Island, and collected many things: tiny carved sculptures.