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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Butterflies & Moths (Lepidoptera)

Butterflies and Burnets of the Alps and Their Larvae, Pupae and Cocoons

Field / Identification Guide
Series: WBA Handbooks Volume: 4
By: Paolo Paolucci(Author)
478 pages, 2000+ colour photos and illustrations, colour distribution maps
Butterflies and Burnets of the Alps and Their Larvae, Pupae and Cocoons
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Language: English

Butterflies and Burnets of the Alps and Their Larvae, Pupae and Cocoons contain more than 2000 colour drawings of 254 species of butterflies (Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea), 27 species of Burnets (Zygaena) and a good number of subspecies, forms and varieties. For each species consice information is given about the distribution incl. altitudional distribution, habitat, host plant or plants, flight period, and other biological details. Besides several illustrations of the adults of each species, this unique guide also presents a set of illustrations of larvae, pupae and cocoons for most species, incl. short captions on their distinctive characteristics. Introduction to each family and subfamily.

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Field / Identification Guide
Series: WBA Handbooks Volume: 4
By: Paolo Paolucci(Author)
478 pages, 2000+ colour photos and illustrations, colour distribution maps
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