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By: Steven J Cary
167 pages, 363 colour photos, colour maps
This book breaks new ground by organizing butterflies around elements of landscape and habitat. It helps butterfly enthusiasts find the more than 300 kinds of butterflies scattered in the state's diverse landscape. The author reveals New Mexico butterflies as expressions of local topography, climate, and plants. His vivid photographs and informative text first portray butterflies within a region and then in progressively smaller components of landscape.
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