Tai išnykstanti rūšis, įrašyta į Latvijos, Estijos, Lenkijos, Baltarusijos bei Lietuvos raudonąsias knygas. Lietuvos raudonoji knyga. Red Data Book of Lithuania. Lietuvos raudonoji knyga []. Balevičienė, Jūratė. Lietuvos Respublikos aplinkos apsaugos departamentas [Corporate Author]. Access the full text. Red Data Book of Lithuania – Lietuvos raudonoji knyga: Rare and Endangered Species of Animals, Plants and Fungi – Retosios ir nykstancios gyvunu, augalu.

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The National Sea-watching Workshop, 11 November Decomposition in Terrestrial Ecosystems. Part of the collection consists of drawings produced by local artists working in India.

Hardwicke had a distinguished career in India, during which time he was engaged in military action and travelled extensively over the subcontinent. Other animals were kept in menageries.

Distribution of Boros schneideri (Panzer, 1796) (Coleoptera, Boridae) in Lithuania

The raudonojo transcribed marginalia relies on the work of two scholars, Mario A. In there will be an exhibition of some of the Hardwicke Collection in raudononi Images of Nature art gallery here at the Natural History Museum. British Trust for Ornithology, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Although Hardwicke did not publish many zoological papers himself it was the opportunities that he provided for others that are significant. The images are of interest as much for their subject matter as for the art techniques used, including the use of gum arabic on some of the more polished drawings.


The paper provides data on macromycete and myxomycete species diversity and distribution in Asveja Regional Park located in eastern Lithuania. Much of what was illustrated was based on dead specimens brought to Hardwicke by collectors from far away.

Lietuvos raudonoji knyga [1992]

In this first release of the most heavily annotated books have been made available. Additions to field collections.

If you wish to visit the Library, please contact us to make an appointment or Library nhm. Image from Cambridge University Library. Please see our catalogue for more details; http: Issue 1 First Online: The Natural History Museum library holds approximately 4, zoological drawings and also houses an oil-painting portrait of Raudoniji by the artist John Lucas National Museum of Singapore, c The Library catalogue is available online at www.

Lietuvos raudonoji knyga

Many of the species are unidentifed, or the original name has changed since the piece was produced. Oxford ; New York: A total of species of macromycetes and 33 species and intraspecific taxa of myxomycetes raudonkji recorded. BirdLife International, Jonathan Elphick. The Hardwicke collection is typical of this practice and therefore includes some surprising images such as an Australian koala and birds from China!

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Longhorn beetles in Sweden: Type specimens of lietuvoa in the American Museum of Natural History. The painting of the Fishing Cat, Felis viverrina see below, has the John Russell Reeves crest stamped in the lower right hand corner — a clear indication that it was once in the possession of this famous collector of illustrations of Chinese wildlife. Thomas Hardwicke was born in England circa London ; New York: Guangdong Science and Technology Press, Allen Lane,c He had a talent for drawing which Hardwicke undoubtedly appreciated.

Five species, Eocronartium muscicola, Mycena megaspora, Neobulgaria pura, Pachyella violaceonigra and Skeletocutis papyracea, were reported for the first time in Lithuania.

Fishing Cat Felis viverrina. The volume consists of leaves, with a full page having 50 lines. Projeto Nacional raudonohi Monitoramento do Pinguim-de-Magalhaes: Wilson ; foreword by William Cronon. Early in his career he formed a special curiosity about the Indian wildlife.