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NATURAL HISTORY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE BUTTERFLIES OF THE TOIYABE RANGE, NEVADA (LEPIDOPTERA: PAPILIONOIDEA)
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The central Great Basin is a region of climatic extremes that supports a biota that rarely has been characterized. The natural history of the butterfly fauna of the centrally located Toiyabe Range, one of the most spectacular mountain ranges in that region, yields insights into both the typical species composition of interior montane landscapes and the susceptibility of such biotas to anthropogenic disturbance and climate change. Over the past 60 years, 72 resident and 27 nonresident butterflyfatcat:vpjc5zfdwncmvitq5uhrl2u6oi