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Answers:There may be a site on the Internet but I use my Butterflies of the world book which lists all the Butterflies by region. There are 56 pages of Indo-Australasian butterflies with 20-50 species per page. I found a similar book on the net. http://shopping.yahoo.com/p:Butterflies%20of%20the%20World:3000428655;_ylc=X3oDMTB1c21tcDhkBF9TAzk2NjMyOTA3BHNlYwNmZWVkBHNsawNib29rcw--
Answers:no luck, im looking at it too, endemic to the philippines, try a book of 'a pictorial cyclopedia of philippine ornamental plants' by dr madulid or 'phil ornamental plants' by steiner
Answers:solanium species Acclimatization trials of the two tropical species Solanum sessiliflorum (cocona) and Solanum stramonifolium (coconilla) from Amazonas Venezuela,............... they were carried out at the Botanical Garden of Padua.S. sessiliflorum exhibited a greater difference between the Botanical Garden and the native environment. Plant growth was reduced and pollination was difficult; despite numerous blooms few fruits were produced. Moreover, some fruit abscised early and the persistent ones were still unripe at the end of the season. On the contrary,S. stramonifolium showed good adaptation to the new environmental conditions. The plants grew well and produced a lot of ripe berries. Self-pollination as well as cross-pollination by bumblebees (Bombus terrestris) and other insects present in the open air succeeded. Thus, this latter species could be regarded as potentially exploitable in temperate climates as well as in Venezuela.
Answers:Examples of endemic fauna include the: - Livingston fruit bat (Pteropus livingstonii) - Comoros Island fruit bat (Roussettus obliviosus) - The coelacanth (Latimeria chalumnae) is an endangered marine species that holds ecological and scientific interest at a global level. Other species that are endangered at a global level and are found in this archipelago include: - the mongoose lemur (Eulemur mongoz) - the brown lemur (Eulemur fulvus) - the dugong (Dugong dugon) - the hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) - the Atlantic green turtle (Chelonia mydas). http://www.cbd.int/countries/profile.shtml?country=km As of the mid-1990s, endangered species in the Comoros included the Anjouan sparrow hawk and Anjouan scops owl. Six of the 17 species of mammals in Comoros were endangered. Three types of birds in a total of 99 species and three plant species in a total of 416 were also endangered. http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/Comoros-ENVIRONMENT.html http://www.eoearth.org/article/Comoros_forests