Bibliography of butterflies



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Travassos, Mark A.

2002. See Pierce, N. E. et al., 2002.



Trembath, D. A.

1995. [Butterflies collected in Venezuela]. British Journal of Entomology and natural History 8(4): 197-198 (October) [general]



Tremoleras, Juan [1870-1934]

1911. Apuntes lepidopterológicos. Anales del Museo nacional de Montevideo (2)1(3): 89-95 (3 March) [general; Uruguay]



Treviño, Guadalupe, and Agustín Tagle

1999. Propuesta metodológica de participación social para la Reserva Especial de la Biosfera Mariposa Monarca, pp. 269-272. In: Hoth, J., L. Merino, K. S. Oberhauser, I. Pisanty, S. Price & T. Wilkinson (Eds.), 1997 North American Conference on the Monarch Butterfly. Montréal, Commission for Environmental Cooperation. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]



Treviño, Rocío

1997. Welcome the Monarchs. American Butterflies 5(4): 19-21, 4 figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

1999. Proyecto Correo Real, pp. 385-388, 2 tabs. In: Hoth, J., L. Merino, K. S. Oberhauser, I. Pisanty, S. Price & T. Wilkinson (Eds.), 1997 North American Conference on the Monarch Butterfly. Montréal, Commission for Environmental Cooperation. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]

Trevisan, Henrique

2002. See Nadai, J. de et al., 2002.

2003. See Nadai, J. de et al., 2003.

Trevisan, Henrique, Janaína de Nadai, Alexandre Mehl Lunz and Acacio Geraldo de Carvalho

2004. Consumo foliar e aspectos biológicos de Urbanus acawoios (Lep.: Hesperiidae) alimentado com folíolos de Clitoria fairchildiana (Leguminosae: Faboideae) en tres níveis de maturidade. Ciência rural 34(1): 1-4, 3 tabs. (January-February) [Brazil]



Triberti, Paolo

1988. See Daccordi, M. et al., 1988.



Tricio, Aída Ester [1948- ], Cecilia I. Fernández and Patricia M. Morawicki

2002. Mariposas de Misiones. Vuelos y ensueños. Guía para la observación e identificación. Buenos Aires, MG Grupo Creativo. 152 pp., figs. (September) [general; Argentina]



Trigo, José Roberto

1985a. Alcalóides deidropirrolizidínicos na proteção química de Ithomiinae (Lep.: Nymphalidae) que se alimentam de Apocynaceae. Resumos XII Congresso brasileiro de Zoologia (Campinas), pp. 103-104. [general]

1985b. Variação temporal de alcalóides deidropirrolizidínicos em Ithomiinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Resumos XII Congresso brasileiro de Zoologia (Campinas), p. 104. [general; Brazil]

1990a. See Brown, K. S., Jr., J. R. Trigo, P. C. Motta et al., 1990.

1990b. See Brown, K. S., Jr., J. R. Trigo, R. B. Francini et al., 1990.

1991. See Brown, K. S., Jr. et al., 1991.

1995a. See Brown, K. S., Jr. & J. R. Trigo, 1995a.

1995b. See Brown, K. S., Jr. & J. R. Trigo, 1995b.

1996. See Freitas, A. V. L. et al., 1996.

2000a. See Brückmamm, M. et al., 2000.

2000b. The chemistry of antipredator defence by secondary compounds in Neotropical Lepidoptera: facts, perspectives and caveats. Journal of the brazilian chemical Society 11(6): 551-561, 6 figs. [general]

2002a. See Freitas, A. V. L. et al., 2002a.

2002b. See Silva, K. L. & J. R. Trigo, 2002.

2004. See Schulz, S. et al., 2004.



Trigo, José Roberto, Lauro Euclides Soares Barata and Keith Spalding Brown, Jr.

1994. Stereochemical inversion of pyrrolizidine alkaloids by Mechanitis polymnia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Ithomiinae): Specificity and evolutionary significance. Journal of chemical Ecology 20(11): 2883-2899, 4 figs. [Brazil]



Trigo, José Roberto, Lauro Euclides Soares Barata, Ludger Witte, Thomas Hartmann and Keith Spalding Brown, Jr.

1991. Capillary GC-MS analysis of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in plants utilized by Ithomiinae butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in the southeast of Brazil, pp. 79-83, 1 fig., 1 tab. In: Habermehl, G. (Ed.), 2. Brasilianisch-Deutsches Symposium für Naturstoffchemie. Hannover, Forschungs-zentrum Jülich GmbH. [general]



Trigo, José Roberto, and Keith Spalding Brown, Jr.

1983. Contribuição de alcalóides pirrolizidínicos na interação ecológica entre adultos de Ithomiinae (Lep.: Nymphalidae) e plantas. Ciência e Cultura (São Paulo) 35(7, supl.): 513 (July) [general; Brazil]

1990. Variation of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in Ithomiinae: a comparative study between species feeding on Apocynaceae and Solanaceae. Chemoecology 1(1): 22-29, 3 figs., 7 tabs. (March) [general]

Trigo, José Roberto, Keith Spalding Brown, Jr., Silvana Aparecida Henriques and Lauro Euclides Soares Barata

1996. Qualitative patterns of pyrrolizidine alkaloids in Ithomiinae butterflies. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 24(3): 181-188, 1 fig., 1 tab. (April) [general]



Trigo, José Roberto, Keith Spalding Brown, Jr., Ludger Witte, Thomas Hartmann, Ludger Ernst and Lauro Euclides Soares Barata

1996. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids: different acquisition and use patterns in Apocynaceae and Solanaceae feeding ithomiine butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58(1): 99-123, 3 figs., 11 tabs. ([15] May) [general; Brazil]



Trigo, José Roberto, and Paulo Cesar Motta

1990. Evolutionary implications of pyrrolizidine alkaloid assimilation by danaine and ithomiine larvae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Experientia 46: 332-334, 1 fig., 2 tabs. [general; Brazil]



Trindade, Lena

1992. Mimetismo e camuflagem. A arte da sobrevivência. Ecologia e Desenvolvimento (Rio de Janeiro) 2(13): 50-57, figs. (March) [Parides; Brazil]



Tristán, José Fidel [1874-1932]

1901. Un caso de entomofilia. Enpolvoramiento [sic] del Asclepias curassavica Linn. Boletín del Instituto físico-geográfico de Costa Rica 1(12): 318-322 (31 December) [general; pollination; Costa Rica]

1905. Insectos de Costa Rica. San José, Museo Nacional. 21 pp. [general]

Tristán, José Fidel, and Gustave Michaud

1916. Probable perception of invisible light by some animal species. Scientific American 114(3): 81, 88 89, 3 figs. (15 January) [Papilio sp., Pieridae; UV reflectance; Costa Rica]



Troychak, Mary

1987. Regrowing a dry tropical forest. Wings 12(2): 9-10, 2 figs. [Hamadryas, Morpho peleides limpida Butler; conservation; Costa Rica]



Trujillo, Agustín

1942. Insectos y otros parásitos de la agricultura nacional y sus productos en el Uruguay. Montevideo, Imprenta Alfa. 323 pp., 195 figs. [general; host plants; eggs, larvae, pupae, imagines; parasitoids; behavior]



Trujillo, María

2000. See Rodríguez-León, R. et al., 2000.



Truxal, Fred Stone

1955. See Martin, L. M. & F. S. Truxal, 1955.



Tsuchi, Ryuichi

1969. See Takahashi, M. & R. Tsuchi, 1969.



Tsukiyama, Hiroshi

1996. See Chiba, H. & H. Tsukiyama, 1996.



Tsusue, Motoo

1994. See Nakagoshi, M. et al., 1994.

1996. See Tabata, H. et al., 1996.

Tucker, Catherine M.

2004. Community institutions and forest management in Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Reserve. Society and Natural Resources 17(7): 569-587, 2 figs., 4 tabs. (August) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation]



Tucker, R. W. E.

1952. The insects of Barbados. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 36(4): 330 363 (October) [general; host plants]

1953. Insects of Barbados. Journal of the Barbados Museum and historical Society 20(4): 155 181 (August) [general; host plants]

Türkowsky, Jenny Ana

1977. See Aguilar, P. G. & J. A. Türkowsky, 1977.



Tulloch, J. B. G.

1939. Insects and other things which arrive by steamer from overseas. Entomologist 72(912): 114-116 (May) [Opsi-phanes]



Tupayachi, Alfredo

1987. See Venero, J. L. et al., 1987.

1989. See Venero, J. L. & A. Tupayachi, 1989.

Turica, Antonio

1953. Fauna entomológica en los cítricos del Delta. Idia (Buenos Aires) 71: 10 11 (November) [Papilio thoas thoantiades Burmeister; Argentina]



Turnbull, Christine

1987. See Horvitz, C. C. et al., 1987.



Turner, Beulah R.

1986. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1986.



Turner, Bryan

1980. The insects and invertebrates, pp. 110 131, figs. In: Ayensu, E. S. (Ed.), Jungles. New York, Crown Publishers, Inc. 200 pp., figs. [general; behavior; ecology; mimicry; Neotropics]



Turner, Henry Jerome [1856 1950]

1920a. Larva and pupa of a Morpho. Proceedings of the entomological Society of London 1920(1/2): viii ix (26 July) [Brazil]

1920b. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1919/20: 70. [Dione vanillae variety maculosa Stichel, Calpodes ethlius (Cramer); Neotropics]

1920c. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1919/20: 90. [general; Argentina]

1922a. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1921/22: 31. [Morpho laertes (Drury); Brazil]

1922b. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1921/22: 50. [Papilio thoas Linnaeus; pupa; Brazil]

1925. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1924/25: 115. [general; Chile]

1926a. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1925/26: 59. [general; Brazil]

1926b. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1925/26: 68. [Papilio hellanichus Hewitson; Argentina]

1927. Aberration in Colias lesbia. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 39(7/8): 97 98 (July) [Argentina]

1935. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1934/35: 43. [general; Ecuador]

1936a. Catching Morphos in the Corcovado, Rio de Janeiro. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 48(9): 102 (15 September) [Morpho anaxibia (Esper); Brazil]

1936b. Further extracts from a S. American correspondent. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 48(10): 114 115 (15 October) [general; Brazil]

1937a. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1936/37: 1. [general; Ecuador]

1937b. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1936/37: 2 3. [Catasticta spp.; behavior; Mexico, Central and South America]

1937c. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1936/37: 16. [Thecla coronata Hewitson, Colias dimera Doubleday, C. lesbia (Fabricius); Ecuador, Argentina]

1937d. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1936/37: 21. [Thecla coronata Hewitson, Morpho sulkowskyi Kollar; Central America, Ecuador]

1937e. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1936/37: 59. [Morpho aega (Hübner), M. portis (Hübner); ecology; Brazil]

1938a. A note from Ecuador. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 50(4): 44 (14 April) [general]

1938b. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1937/38: 15. [Hesperiidae; Ecuador]

1939a. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1938/39: 10. [Catagramma spp.; Central and South America]

1939b. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1938/39: 12. [Dione moneta Hübner, D. juno (Cramer); host plant; Mexico, Central and South America]

1939c. [Notes]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1938/39: 19 20. [general; Ecuador]

1939d. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1938/39: 32. [Nathalis iole Boisduval; Mexico, Colombia, Cuba]

1939e. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1938/39: 33. [Hesperiidae; Neotropics]

1941a. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1940/41: 8. [general; Ecuador]

1941b. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1940/41: 12. [Perisama oppelii (Latreille), P. bonplandii (Guérin); Ecuador]

1942. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1941/42: 9. [Zeonia licursis (Fabricius), Baeotia bacaenis Hewitson, Thecla marsyas (Linnaeus); Central and South America]

1944. Observations on Lepidoptera in a little known area of S. America. (A review). Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 56(8): 80 82 (15 August) [general; Argentina]

1945. [A note]. Proceedings and Transactions of the South London entomological and natural history Society 1944/45: 19 20 (October) [Heliconius cyrbia (Godart), H. sapho (Drury); Ecuador]



Turner, J. R.

1946. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1946.

1947. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1947.

1954. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1954.

1955. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1955.

1958. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1958.

1959. See Stallings, D. B. & J. R. Turner, 1959.

1961. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1961.

1963. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1963.

1964. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1964.

1966. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1966.

1986. See Stallings, D. B. et al., 1986.



Turner, John Richard George [1940- ]

1963. Mimetic multilocus polymorphism in South American butterflies (Heliconius spp.) (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). Proceedings of the XI international Congress of Genetics (The Hague) 1: 146. [abstract; H. melpomene (Linnaeus), H. erato (Linnaeus)]

1965. Evolution of complex polymorphism and mimicry in distasteful South American butterflies. Proceedings. XIIth international Congress of Entomology (London), p. 267. [general; Guyana, West Indies]

1966a. A rare mimetic Heliconius (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). Proceedings of the royal entomological Society of London (B) 35(9/10): 128 132 (25 October) [general; new subspecies: H. demeter beebei]

1966b. A little recognised species of Heliconius butterfly (Nymphalidae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 5(2): 97 112, 3 figs., 3 tabs. [general; new subspecies: H. elevatus roraima; mimicry; Guyana, French Guiana]

1967a. The generic name of Papilio iulia Fabricius, sometimes called the Flambeau (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). Entomologist 100(1244): 8 (20 January) [general]

1967b. Some early works on heliconiine butterflies and their biology (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). Journal of the Linnean Society (London) (Zoology) 46(310): 255 266, 1 tab. (April) [general; new name: Heliconius melpomene meriana]

1967c. Goddess changes sex, or the gender game. Systematic Zoology 16(4): 349 350 (18 December) [Heliconius spp.; nomenclature]

1968a. Some new Heliconius pupae: their taxonomic and evolutionary significance in relation to mimicry (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae). Journal of Zoology 155(3): 311 325, 4 pls., 2 figs., 3 tabs. ([8] July) [general; morphology; larvae, imagines; Trinidad, South America]

1968b. Natural selection for and against a polymorphism which interacts with sex. Evolution 22(3): 481 495, 3 figs., 5 tabs. (20 September) [Heliconius spp.; Trinidad]

1970. Mimicry: a study in behaviour, genetics, ecology and biochemistry. Science Progress (Oxford) 58(230): 219 235, 7 figs. [general; Heliconius erato (Linnaeus), H. melpomene (Linnaeus); Neotropics]

1971a. Experiments on the demography of tropical butterflies. II. Longevity and home range behaviour in Heliconius erato. Biotropica 3(1): 21 31, 1 fig., 8 tabs. (June) [Trinidad]

1971b. Two thousand generations of hybridization in a Heliconius butterfly. Evolution 25(3): 471 482, 4 figs., 4 tabs. (30 September) [H. melpomene (Linnaeus); genetics; Trinidad, South America]

1971c. Studies of Müllerian mimicry and its evolution in burnet moths and heliconid butterflies, pp. 224 260, 1 pl., 8 figs., 4 tabs. In: Creed, R. (Ed.), Ecological genetics and evolution. Oxford, Blackwell. [Heliconius spp.; Neotropics]

1972a. See Suomalainen, E. et al., 1972.

1972b. The genetics of some polymorphic foms of the butterflies Heliconius melpomene (Linnaeus) and H. erato (Linnaeus). II. The hybridization of subspecies of H. melpomene from Surinam and Trinidad. Zoologica (New York) 56(4): 125 157, 4 + 37 figs., 10 tabs. (7 August) [general]

1973a. Passion flower butterflies. Animals (London) 15(1): 15 21, figs. (January) [also in Anima (Tokyo) 1(5): 57 62.] [Heliconius spp.; life histories; behavior; ecology; mimicry; Neotropics]

1973b. Illustrations of Heliconius (Nymphalidae): some rare and important specimens. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 27(2): 130 136, 22 figs. (16 May) [general; Neotropics]

1973c. The genetics of race formation in mimetic butterflies: is the gene the unit of selection? Genetics 74(2)(2): s281 (June) [abstract; Heliconius melpomene (Linnaeus), H. erato (Linnae­us); ecology]

1973d. See Suomalainen, E. et al., 1973.

1974a. Breeding Heliconius (Nymphalidae) in a temperate climate. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 28(1): 26  33, 6 figs. (14 March) [general]

1974b. See Brown, K. S., Jr. et al., 1974.

1975a. A tale of two butterflies. Natural History (New York) 84(2): 28 37, figs. (February) [Heliconius spp.; ecology; behavior; mimicry; Neotropics]

1975b. Communal roosting in relation to warning colour in two heliconiine butterflies (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 29(4): 221 226 (24 November) [general; Trinidad]

1976a. Adaptive radiation and convergence in subdivisions of the butterfly genus Heliconius (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 58(4): 297 308, 1 fig., 3 tabs. ([2] June) [general; new subgenus: Neruda]

1976b. Muellerian mimicry: Classical 'beanbag' evolution and the role of ecological islands in adaptive race formation, pp. 185 218, 7 figs., 4 tabs. In: Karlin, S. & E. Nero (Eds.), Population genetics and ecology. New York, Academic Press. xiv + 832 pp., figs., tabs. [Heliconius spp.; Neotropics]

1977a. Elevage d'Heliconius (Nymphalidae) sous climat temperé. Bulletin de la Société Sciences Nat 14: 3 7, 6 figs. (June) [translation of J.R.G. Turner, 1974a]

1977b. Forest refuges as ecological islands: Discorderly [sic] extinction and the adaptive radiation of Muellerian mimics. Publications du Laboratoire de Zoologie de l'Ecole normale supérieure (Paris) 9: 98 117, 3 figs., 2 tabs. (15 July) [Heliconius spp.]

1977c. See Sheppard, P. M. & J. R. G. Turner, 1977.

1977d. A bibliography of Heliconius and the related genera. Stony Brook, New York, Author. 21 pp. [general]

1977e. Butterfly mimicry: The genetical evolution of an adaptation, pp. 163 206, 2 figs. In: Hecht, M. K., W. C. Steere & B. Wallace (Eds.), Evolutionary Biology. New York, Plenum Publishing Corporation. 10. [general]

1978. Why male butterflies are non mimetic: Natural selection, sexual selection, group selection, modification and sieving. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 10(4): 385 432, 6 figs. ([22] December) [general]

1979a. Two models of biogeography and three studies of Heliconius. Antenna 3(1): 40 41 (January) [general]

1979b. See Johnson, M. S. & J. R. G. Turner, 1979.

1981. Adaptation and evolution in Heliconius: A defence of Neodarwinism. Annual Review of Ecology and Syste-matics 12: 99 121, 3 figs., 1 tab. [general]

1982. How do refuges produce biological diversity? Allopatry and parapatry, extinction and gene flow in mimetic butterflies, pp. 309 335, 9 figs., 3 tabs. In: Prance, G. T. (Ed.), Biological diversification in the tropics. New York, Columbia University Press. [Heliconiinae]

1983a. Mimetic butterflies and punctuated equilibria: some old light on a new paradigm. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 20(3): 277 300, 9 figs., 2 tabs. ([17] November) [Heliconiinae; Neotropics]

1983b. "The hypothesis that explains mimetic resemblance explains evolution": the gradualist saltationist schism, pp. 129 169, 1 fig. In: Grene, M. (Ed.), Dimensions of Darwinism. Themes and counterthemes in twentieth-century evolutionary theory. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press & Paris, Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme. [Heliconius]

1984a. Heliconius erato Aurivillius, 1882 (Insecta, Lepidoptera): proposed conservation under the Plenary Powers. Z.N.(S.)1759. Bulletin of zoological Nomenclature 41(1): 43 44 (29 March)

1984b. Corrections to the application concerning Heliconius erato Aurivillius, 1882. Z.N.(S.)1759. Bulletin of zoological Nomenclature 41(4): 197 (30 November)

1984c. Mimicry: The palatability spectrum and its consequences, pp. 141 161, 13 figs., 2 tabs. In: Vane-Wright, R. I. & P. R. Ackery (Eds.), The Biology of Butterflies. London, Academic Press. [general]

1984d. Darwin's coffin and Doctor Pangloss   do adaptationist models explain mimicry?, pp. 313 361, 13 figs., 2 tabs. In: Shorrocks, B. (Ed.), Evolutionary ecology. Oxford, Blackwell Scientific Publications. [Heliconius spp.; genetics; evolution]

1984e. Extinction as a creative force, pp. 195-204, 5 figs. In: Chadwick, A. C. & S. L. Suttton (Eds.), Tropical rain-forest. The Leeds Symposium. Leeds, Leeds Philoso-phical and Literary Society [Heliconiinae]

1985a. See Sheppard, P. M. et al., 1985.

1985b. Fisher's evolutionary faith and the challenge of mimicry. Oxford Surveys in evolutionary Biology 2: 159 196, 1 fig. [general]

1986. The genetics of adaptive radiation: A Neo-Darwinian theory of puntuational evolution, pp. 183-207, 5 figs., 1 tab. In: Raup, D. M. & D. Jablonski (Eds.), Patterns and Processes in the History of Life. Heidelberg, Springer Verlag [Heliconiinae]

1987. The evolutionary dynamics of Batesian and Muellerian mimicry: similarities and differences. Ecological Ento-mology 12(1): 81 95, 9 figs., 1 tab. (February) [Heliconius spp.]

1988. The evolution of mimicry: a solution to the problem of punctuated equilibrium. American Naturalist 131 (supplement): 42-66, 8 figs. (June) [general]

1995. Mimicry as a model for coevolution, pp. 131-150, 7 figs. In: Arai, R., M. Kato & Y. Doi (Eds.), Biodiversity and evolution. Tokyo, The National Science Museum Foundation. [Heliconius doris (Linnaeus), Consul fabius (Cramer)]

1998. See Mallet, J. L. B. & J. R. G. Turner, 1998.

1999. See Speed, M. P. & J. R. G. Turner, 1999.



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