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Butterflies of Oklahoma, Kansas and North Texas

By: John M Dole, Walter B Gerard and John M Nelson
282 pages, Col plates, tabs, 100 maps
Butterflies of Oklahoma, Kansas and North Texas
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  • Butterflies of Oklahoma, Kansas and North Texas ISBN: 9780806135540 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Focuses on 100 butterfly species common to the southern plains, a crucial crossroads region of the Central United States. Each species is illustrated with 1-4 colour photographs of butterflies in free flight and other natural settings. The photographs are placed alongside each butterfly's physical description and natural history.

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By: John M Dole, Walter B Gerard and John M Nelson
282 pages, Col plates, tabs, 100 maps
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