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Green Guide to Butterflies of Britain and Europe

Field / Identification GuideNew

Series: Green Guides (Bloomsbury)

By: Robert Goodden (Author), Rosemary Goodden (Illustrator)

112 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations

Bloomsbury Publishing

Paperback | Mar 2016 | #226331 | ISBN-13: 9781472916426
Availability: In stock
NHBS Price: £6.99 $9/€8 approx

About this book

Please note, this is a reissue of Green Guide: Butterflies of Britain and Europe formerly on the natural history list of New Holland publishers.

Aimed at both the general reader and amateur naturalist, this guide offers information on observing and identifying 150 of the most commonly encountered butterfly species in Britain and Europe. Each butterfly's habits, range and important characteristics are described, while colour paintings show each butterfly in detail. There are sections on the four stages of the life-cycle of butterflies and on breeding butterflies. Sound advice on conservation issues is also offered. The book can be used as both a home reference and a pocket companion in the field.


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Biography

Robert Goodden was on the Joint Committee for the Conservation of British Insects from its foundation, and a member of other conservation and entomological organisations. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society by two of the Society's presidents He has broadcast regularly on the BBC's Wildlife and The Living World series and has written a number of books on butterflies and insects, including The Field Guide to British Butterflies.

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