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Butterflies of Central America, Volume 3: Hesperiidae, The Skippers A Photographic Checklist of Common Species

Field / Identification Guide
By: Kim Garwood(Author), Richard Lehman(Author)
287 pages, colour photos
Butterflies of Central America, Volume 3: Hesperiidae, The Skippers
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A photographic field guide to the skippers of Central America, for the purpose of Butterflies of Central America, Volume 3 defined as the area between the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in southern Mexico and eastern Panama. It also includes a portion of the highlands of Oaxaca in Mexico. An in-situ photo of each species is fiven, together with the English and scientific species name, the sex and the location of where the photo was taken. Multiple images are shown for most species. Included in the back is an index and a quick index.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Kim Garwood(Author), Richard Lehman(Author)
287 pages, colour photos
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