Butterflies of Serbia field guideFocus is on details helping in species determination, they are prominently marked in photographs. Big help is that two similar species are, almost always, on facing pages. Regardless of his knowledge on the topic, reader will find explanations easy to understand. This field guide was shown to some of the best European butterfly experts and they all proclaimed it better than similar books in the countries with much longer tradition and much more butterfly connoisseurs.
We have ready copies printed in Serbian, but English and Dutch versions are ready to be printed on request. Sample can be seen here.here.
With same format and conception as previous field guides, this one is aimed to present attractive families of Moths. It comprises families Saturniidae, Sphingidae, Drepanidae, Lasiocampidae, Brahmaeidae, Endromidae and Notontidae.In the period to come we'll try to present in the same manner other moth families. Sample of Serbian version can be seen here. Sample pages can be seen here. here.
Long-term research of this interesting region produced a list of 116 species, although all locations are above 1000 m of altitude. Special attention was paid to Balkan clouded yellow (Colias caucasica) for Vlasina proved to be a spot with most numerous population of this attractive butterfly.Sample can be seen here. Sold out.
The book contains the list of all 412 moth species that we recorded over years in Vlasina region. Besides, through photos and text, presented are some interesting among them. The whole book is bilingual - in Serbian and English.