By: Roland H Wauer
78 pages, 50 Col photos, map
Describes and illustrates the fifty most common butterflies to found in the region, along with eleven additional `specialities' unique to the far western part of the state. Wauer describes the general feeding habits of the butterflies of the region and goes on to provide details on each species, including how to distinguish it from similiar species, when and where to find it, and other facts about its habits and appearance.
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