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

Butterflies of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia A Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Harry E LeGrand, Jr.(Author), Jeffrey S Pippen(Author), Derb S Carter, Jr.(Author), Pierre Howard(Author)
448 pages, 595 colour plates, 185 colour distribution maps
Butterflies of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia
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About this book

Few creatures are as enchanting and magnificent as the butterfly. This field guide introduces more than 200 butterfly species found in the Southeast, complete with colour photographs that not only identify them but also reveal their unique beauty.

What's included:
- More than 600 full-colour images of butterflies in their natural habitats
- Information on structural and behavioral features, from antennae attributes to flight styles
- Maps for every state – North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia – of butterfly sightings at the county level
- An overview of butterfly life cycles, classifications, and information on diversity and more

Bursting with beautiful images of butterflies, this guide offers a comprehensive catalog of species, making it a must-have for experienced butterfly watchers and beginners alike.

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Biography

Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. is a former zoologist for the North Carolina Natural Heritage Program. Jeffrey S. Pippen directs the Carolinas Butterfly Monitoring Program. Derb S. Carter, Jr. is senior attorney at the Southern Environmental Law Center. Pierre Howard is a published lepidopterist and nature photographer.

Field / Identification Guide Coming Soon
By: Harry E LeGrand, Jr.(Author), Jeffrey S Pippen(Author), Derb S Carter, Jr.(Author), Pierre Howard(Author)
448 pages, 595 colour plates, 185 colour distribution maps
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"This book contains the timeliest field data for the region, which is crucial as butterfly populations shift due to climate and habitat changes. The detailed maps and high-quality photos are technical enough for experienced field observers and accessible enough for beginners. A very valuable regional field guide."
– Rick Cech, author of Butterflies of the East Coast: An Observer's Guide

"This is the first definitive guide to this species-rich area of the United States. The authors provide a wealth of much-needed current information on the lives and ranges of these species. An excellent addition to any nature enthusiast's library."
– Mike Chapman, regional coordinator for the North American Butterfly Association

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