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Identifying Butterflies – A practical guide for Hong Kong香港蝴蝶鑑定實用指南

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 A4 with over 240 pages

  • positive and circumstantial id
  • id techniques and 24 cases of closely related species
  • HK$350

Photographic Handbook of HK butterflies 5th ed. 《 香 港 蝴 蝶 圖 冊 ( 第 五 版) 》

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Encyclopedia of Hong Kong Butterflies – Search For Butterflies

  • A collection of 64 spots/trails for butterfly watching in Hong Kong
  • Distribution of butterflies in Hong Kong

Suggested retail price is HK$98.
Note: The book was written in Traditional Chinese.

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Encyclopedia of Hong Kong Butterflies – Butterfly Identification

  • A photographic collection of 249 species of Hong Kong butterflies
  • Over 1200 photos of live butterflies
  • Features of similar species are highlighted

Suggested retail price is HK$98. Note: The book was written in Traditional Chinese.

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A Photographic Monograph on Hong Kong Butterflies

  • Detail photographic records of life history of Hong Kong Butterflies
  • Geographical distribution
  • Photographic records of known hosts

* Suggested retail price: Each volume 1 to 4 HK$198

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BOOKS ON HONG KONG’S BUTTERFLIES

  • 饒戈, 2004. 香港觀蝶圖鑑觀蝶地圖. 野外動向, 香港. (In Chinese)
  • 饒戈, 2003. 香港冬天的蝴蝶谷. 香港鱗翅目學會, 香港. (In Chinese)
  • Anon., A Short Introduction to Hong Kong Butterfly Families, New Asia College & Tang King Po School, Hong Kong. (In Chinese)
  • Bascombe, M.J., Johnston, G. & Bascombe, F., 1999. The Butterflies of Hong Kong. Academic Press, London.
  • Carey-Hughes, J. & Pickford, J.B., (date ?). An Annotated Check-List of the Butterflies Of Hong Kong.
  • Johnston, G. & Johnston, B., 1980. This is Hong Kong: Butterflies. Hong Kong Government Information Services, Hong Kong. 224 pp.
  • Kershaw, J.C., 1907. Butterflies of Hong Kong. Kelly & Walsh Ltd., Hong Kong.
  • Lau, P., 1997. Butterflies of Hong Kong. Paul Lau Photography, Hong Kong. 252 pp.
  • Lo, Y. F. & Hui W. L., 2004. Hong Kong Butterflies, Cosmos Books & Friends of the Country Parks, Hong Kong. 572pp. (In English & Chinese)
  • Marsh, J.C.S., 1960. Hong Kong Butterflies. Shell Company of Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong. viii + 113 pp., 34 plates.
  • Tang, K.T., 1970, On a Collection of Hong Kong Butterflies. New Asia College.
  • Walker, J. J., 1895. A Preliminary List of the Butterflies of Hong Kong. Trans. Ent. Soc. London.
  • Young, J. J. & Lee, P.C., 2001. Butterflies of Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve. The Commercial Press (H.K.) Ltd & Friends of the Country Parks, Hong Kong. (In English & Chinese)
  • Young, J. J. & Yiu, V., 2002. Butterflies Watching in Hong Kong . Wan Li Book Co Ltd., Hong Kong . (In English & Chinese)
  • Unknown, ‘A Short Introduction to Hong Kong Butterfly Families’-in Chinese, New Asia College/ Tang King Po School

Papers and Notes on Hong Kong’s Butterflies


OTHER BOOKS

  • Hill, D.S. & Cheung, W.W.K., 1988. Hong Kong Insects. Urban Council, Hong Kong.
  • Hill, D.S., Hore, P.M. & Thornton, I.W.B., 1982. Insects of Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press
  • Chou, I. (Chief Ed.), 1994. Monographia Rhopalocerorum Sinensium. Henan Science & Technology Press, Zhengzhou, Henan, China.
  • Corbet, A.S. & Pendlebury, H.M., 1992. The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. 4th edition (revised by J.N.Eliot). Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur.
  • Barlow, H.S., 1982. An Introduction to the Moths of South East Asia. published by the author, distr. Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur & E.W.Classey, Faringdon, U.K.
  • Chu, H-f., & Wang, L-y., 1997. Fauna Sinica Insecta volume 11: Lepidoptera; Sphingidae. Science Press, Beijing. 410 pp, 8 plates, 325 figs. [in Chinese with English summary for new species]
  • Holloway, J.D., 1976. The Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu. Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. 264 pp, 727 figs., 31 plates.
  • Holloway, J.D., Cock, M.J.W. & Desmier de Chenon, R., 1987. Systematic account of South-east Asian pest Limacodidae. In Cock, M.J.W., Godfray, H.C.J. & Holloway, J.D. (eds.) Slug and Nettle Caterpillars: The Biology, Taxonomy and Control of the Limacodidae of Economic Importance on Palms in South-east Asia. CIE, London
  • Inoue, H., Kennett, R.D. & Kitching, I.J., 1997. Moths of Thailand – vol.2 : Sphingidae. Chok Chai Press, Bangkok.
  • Nielsen, E.S., Edwards, E.D. & Rangsi, T.V. (eds.), 1996. Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Australia. CSIRO, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.
  • Pinratana, Bro. A. & Lampe R.E.J., 1990. Moths of Thailand – vol.1 : Saturniidae. Bosco Offset, Bangkok.
  • Robinson, G.S., Tuck, K.R. & Shaffer, M., 1994. A Field Guide to the Smaller Moths of South-East Asia.. Natural History Museum, London & Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. 308 pp., 51 figs., 32 plates.
  • Wang, H.Y., 1994a. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 7; Arctiidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1994b. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 8; Noctuidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1995. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 9; Bombycidae, Thyatiridae, Limacodidae, Lasiocampidae, Sphingidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1996. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 17; Supplement of Moths. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1981. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part I. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1982a. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part II. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1982b. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part III. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1983. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part IV. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Scoble, M.J., 1992. The Lepidoptera: Form, Function & Diversity. Natural History Museum / Oxford University Press, U.K.

LITERATURE ON HONG KONG’S LEPIDOPTERAN FAUNA The following books, scientific papers and articles are referenced on this website, or are relevant to the Hong Kong Lepidoptera fauna: Publications specifically about Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera:

  • butterfly books
  • other publications devoted to Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera
  • general Hong Kong insect books including Lepidoptera

Publications pertaining to Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera (a selection only):

  • butterfly books
  • moth books
  • general Lepidoptera books
  • papers about butterflies
  • papers about moths
  • any other relevant publications

香港蝴蝶百科 – 尋蝶篇


  • 介紹六十四條本港觀蝶路線/熱點
  • 介紹香港之蝴蝶分佈

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香港蝴蝶百科 – 辨蝶篇

  • 全書收錄249往香港蝴蝶圖片
  • 品種最齊全的香港蝴蝶書籍
  • 刊載超過1200張蝴蝶生態照片
  • 圖示分辨相似蝴蝶品種的特徵, 引領讀者輕易掌握辨認蝴蝶的技巧

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香港蝴蝶圖誌 (卷一至三)

* 記載每個蝴蝶品種的完整生命史,乃香港史上第一本,在世界上所有蝴蝶書中亦絕無僅有。 * 每個幼體階段均有體型大小、生長日數和紀錄日期等資料。 * 每個蝴蝶品種均有標本照片和生態照片。 * 每個蝴蝶品種皆附有地圖顯示分佈地點。 * 大部份已知的蝴蝶幼蟲寄主皆有詳細照片。 * 鱗翅目學會總動員、最傾力、顛峰之作。 * 297 X 210 mm, 每卷160 頁,精裝,大豆油墨及再造紙印製。 * 定價港幣 每卷138元

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有關香港蝴蝶的書藉

  • 饒戈, 2004. 香港觀蝶圖鑑觀蝶地圖. 野外動向, 香港. (In Chinese)
  • 饒戈, 2003. 香港冬天的蝴蝶谷. 香港鱗翅目學會, 香港. (In Chinese)
  • Anon., A Short Introduction to Hong Kong Butterfly Families, New Asia College & Tang King Po School, Hong Kong. (In Chinese)
  • Bascombe, M.J., Johnston, G. & Bascombe, F., 1999. The Butterflies of Hong Kong. Academic Press, London.
  • Carey-Hughes, J. & Pickford, J.B., (date ?). An Annotated Check-List of the Butterflies Of Hong Kong.
  • Johnston, G. & Johnston, B., 1980. This is Hong Kong: Butterflies. Hong Kong Government Information Services, Hong Kong. 224 pp.
  • Kershaw, J.C., 1907. Butterflies of Hong Kong. Kelly & Walsh Ltd., Hong Kong.
  • Lau, P., 1997. Butterflies of Hong Kong. Paul Lau Photography, Hong Kong. 252 pp.
  • Lo, Y. F. & Hui W. L., 2004. Hong Kong Butterflies, Cosmos Books & Friends of the Country Parks, Hong Kong. 572pp. (In English & Chinese)
  • Marsh, J.C.S., 1960. Hong Kong Butterflies. Shell Company of Hong Kong Ltd., Hong Kong. viii + 113 pp., 34 plates.
  • Tang, K.T., 1970, On a Collection of Hong Kong Butterflies. New Asia College.
  • Walker, J. J., 1895. A Preliminary List of the Butterflies of Hong Kong. Trans. Ent. Soc. London.
  • Young, J. J. & Lee, P.C., 2001. Butterflies of Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve. The Commercial Press (H.K.) Ltd & Friends of the Country Parks, Hong Kong. (In English & Chinese)
  • Young, J. J. & Yiu, V., 2002. Butterflies Watching in Hong Kong . Wan Li Book Co Ltd., Hong Kong . (In English & Chinese)
  • Unknown, ‘A Short Introduction to Hong Kong Butterfly Families’-in Chinese, New Asia College/ Tang King Po School

有關香港蝴蝶的文獻


其他書籍

  • Hill, D.S. & Cheung, W.W.K., 1988. Hong Kong Insects. Urban Council, Hong Kong.
  • Hill, D.S., Hore, P.M. & Thornton, I.W.B., 1982. Insects of Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press
  • Chou, I. (Chief Ed.), 1994. Monographia Rhopalocerorum Sinensium. Henan Science & Technology Press, Zhengzhou, Henan, China.
  • Corbet, A.S. & Pendlebury, H.M., 1992. The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. 4th edition (revised by J.N.Eliot). Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur.
  • Barlow, H.S., 1982. An Introduction to the Moths of South East Asia. published by the author, distr. Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur & E.W.Classey, Faringdon, U.K.
  • Chu, H-f., & Wang, L-y., 1997. Fauna Sinica Insecta volume 11: Lepidoptera; Sphingidae. Science Press, Beijing. 410 pp, 8 plates, 325 figs. [in Chinese with English summary for new species]
  • Holloway, J.D., 1976. The Moths of Borneo with special reference to Mount Kinabalu. Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. 264 pp, 727 figs., 31 plates.
  • Holloway, J.D., Cock, M.J.W. & Desmier de Chenon, R., 1987. Systematic account of South-east Asian pest Limacodidae. In Cock, M.J.W., Godfray, H.C.J. & Holloway, J.D. (eds.) Slug and Nettle Caterpillars: The Biology, Taxonomy and Control of the Limacodidae of Economic Importance on Palms in South-east Asia. CIE, London
  • Inoue, H., Kennett, R.D. & Kitching, I.J., 1997. Moths of Thailand – vol.2 : Sphingidae. Chok Chai Press, Bangkok.
  • Nielsen, E.S., Edwards, E.D. & Rangsi, T.V. (eds.), 1996. Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Australia. CSIRO, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.
  • Pinratana, Bro. A. & Lampe R.E.J., 1990. Moths of Thailand – vol.1 : Saturniidae. Bosco Offset, Bangkok.
  • Robinson, G.S., Tuck, K.R. & Shaffer, M., 1994. A Field Guide to the Smaller Moths of South-East Asia.. Natural History Museum, London & Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. 308 pp., 51 figs., 32 plates.
  • Wang, H.Y., 1994a. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 7; Arctiidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1994b. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 8; Noctuidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1995. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 9; Bombycidae, Thyatiridae, Limacodidae, Lasiocampidae, Sphingidae. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, H.Y., 1996. Guide book to Insects in Taiwan: 17; Supplement of Moths. Chu Hai Publishing (Taiwan) Co..
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1981. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part I. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1982a. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part II. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1982b. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part III. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Wang, P.Y. et al., 1983. Iconographia Heterocerorum Sinicorum; part IV. Science Press, Beijing.
  • Scoble, M.J., 1992. The Lepidoptera: Form, Function & Diversity. Natural History Museum / Oxford University Press, U.K.

有關香港蝴蝶的著作 The following books, scientific papers and articles are referenced on this website, or are relevant to the Hong Kong Lepidoptera fauna: Publications specifically about Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera:

  • butterfly books
  • other publications devoted to Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera
  • general Hong Kong insect books including Lepidoptera

Publications pertaining to Hong Kong’s Lepidoptera (a selection only):

  • butterfly books
  • moth books
  • general Lepidoptera books
  • papers about butterflies
  • papers about moths
  • any other relevant publications

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  1. butterflynut says:

    Hi

    As we do not have staff, all works at HKLS are done by volunteers. Our office is open when there is an event or work shop.

    There are four ways at present to buy our books:

    1) at our office when it is open though it is irregular and is on the week days. Do check our office opening day under the Activities column;

    2) by SF courier; The cost will be borne by yourself. Normally, it will around $30 to $60 depending when you live. If you wish to buy through
    courier, please let us know at info@hkls.org, what books you wish to buy, your delivery address and phone number, whether you have people to collect at the address or you can pick up at SF collecting station. We will then advise you the cost before we proceed to send to you;

    3) at Hong Kong Bird Watching Club or Greenpower and

    4) at events like Hong Kong Book Fair and at Flowers, Birds, Insects and Fishes Exhibition at Fanling during Christmas.

    Thanks for your interest.

    James Young
    Chairman

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