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Butterflies Through Binoculars A Field, Finding and Gardening Guide to Butterflies in Florida

Field / Identification Guide
By: Jeffrey Glassberg, Marc C Minno and John V Calhoun
242 pages, 43 col plates, 4 line illus, distrib maps
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Identifies butterflies as photographed throughout the state of Florida - a state with one of the most diverse butterfly fauna in the US - and simplifies identification by limiting the species considered to those occurring exclusively in Florida. It covers several fascinating tropical species that can be found in both Florida and the Caribbean and provides data on Florida's flight times and abundances.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Jeffrey Glassberg, Marc C Minno and John V Calhoun
242 pages, 43 col plates, 4 line illus, distrib maps
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[The Butterflies through Binoculars series] may do for butterflies what Tory Peterson's landmark handbooks did for birds in the 1930s.--The Village Voice

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