By Tom Tolman, Richard Lewington
This butterfly consultant covers 444 species, with each one species totally illustrated with work of the male, girl and all significant kinds, types and sub-species. The textual content covers all taxonomic nomenclature, distribution, flight interval, edition, habitat and behavior.
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Reproduced by courtesy of the Editor, Jounzal of Uerontologu. Correlation between lifespans of parents and offspring Since age of death depends in part upon heritable factors there should be a measurable difference in longevity between the foals of long-lived and short-lived parents, though Beeton and Pearson’s (1901) results in man suggest that it would not be large. All the mares in sample A were scored for the longevity of their dam, and as many as possible for the longevity of their sire; the date of death could be ascertained only for stallions appearing in the obituary lists, or rather less than half A.
168 Dam died < 13 58 Progeny of Hemtit, Galopin and Hampton Dam reached 24 yrs. 100 Dam died < 18 yrs. 58 * Stallions whose date of death appears in the o h i t w y lists* mares by Hermit Qalopin and Hampton are excluded from thie figure, hut included in the ll&e for dam and sirk 5 23 years. these cases were fixed to secure enough lives for the calculation; the relative contribution of short-lived mares to the sample was so small that it was not possible to prepare a table for the survival of their fillies by short-lived stallions.