Cyprus Butterflies by Eddie John F. L. S., F. R. E. S.

A Guide to the Butterflies of Cyprus,

Cyprus Butterfly Recording Scheme and

Cyprus Butterfly Study Group



At the launch of the book at The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation*, Nicosia. May 2003: Eddie John (L) and Christodoulos Makris (R).
* Sponsors and publishers of ”
Butterflies of Cyprus”.

Links

‘A Visitor’s Map of Cyprus’, together with excellent regional maps, may be obtained free of charge from:

CTO London office:
Cyprus Tourist Office
17 Hanover Street,
London W1S 1YP

Tel: 020 7569 8800
Website:
www.visitcyprus.com

For details of CTO Offices in other countries, please contact:

CTO Lefkosia office:
Tel: +357 22 69 11 00, Fax: +357 22 33 16 44
Website:
http://www.visitcyprus.org.cy/

Butterflies of Cyprus -
by Christodoulos Makris, published in 2003.

CTO Map (earlier version showing 10 x 10 km grid)

The long-awaited map showing UTM
5 x 5 km squares should now be available from CTO Offices. I have received my FREE copy via the CTO, London office, so I can confirm this map
should be available.

The map does not show grid lines as clearly as I had hoped, but I can email a PDF version of a computer-prepared map which will help with further annotation of the CTO map if required.

NB although this gridded map was produced at my request (to assist with butterfly recording), an instruction appears to have been given to CTO offices in Cyprus that this map is for issue on request only to birders! This is incorrect and persistence may be needed in order to obtain a copy. (But see details of the new REISE KNOW-HOW map below.)

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE NEW CTO MAP MAY BE IDENTIFIED BY THE WORDING: “REVISED MAY 2007 AND: PRINTED BY .... 09 2008”.



John, E., Stefanescu, C., Honey, M. R., Crawford, M. & Taylor, D. 2015. Ceremonial releases of Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae, Danainae) in the Iberian Peninsula, the Balearic Islands and Cyprus: implications for biogeography, potential for colonisation and a provisional listing of Asclepiadoideae from these regions. Entomologist’s Gazette 66: 141–156.


John, E., Sparrow, D. J. & Sparrow, R. 2015. Migration of Lepidoptera In the vicinity of Cyprus, eastern Mediterranean, in April 2014. Entomologist's Gazette 66: 255-262.


John, E., Wiemers, M., Makris, C. & Russell, P. 2013. The Pontia edusa (Fabricius, 1777) / Pontia daplidice (Linnaeus, 1758) complex: confirmation of the presence of Pontia daplidice (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) in Cyprus, and of Cleome iberica DC. as a new host-plant for this species in the Levant. Entomologist’s Gazette in press.


John, E., Makris, C. & Christofides, Y. 2013. Cleome iberica DC.: a new host-plant for Pontia chloridice (Hübner, [1813]) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) in the Levant and its influence on the butterfly’s phenology in Cyprus. Entomologist's Gazette 64: 19-26.


REISE KNOW-HOW MAP

This is a very detailed (1:150,000) map showing both
UTM and Lat/Long grids. It is a little cumbersome in use (three horizontal folds and with the island split vertically just east of Larnaka), but the presence of UTM grids far outweighs these disadvantages.



The map is highly recommended and is available from AMAZON.







David Sparrow (L) and Eddie John (R) at the book launch and signing of An Introduction to the Wildlife of Cyprus, Limassol Town Hall, 30 November, 2016. Photo: Ros Sparrow