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Dagsommerfugle i Danmark [The Butterflies of Denmark]

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Klaus Hermansen
224 pages, 10 colour plates and nearly 700 colour photos
Publisher: Apollo Books
Dagsommerfugle i Danmark [The Butterflies of Denmark]
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  • Dagsommerfugle i Danmark [The Butterflies of Denmark] ISBN: 9788788757927 Hardback Dec 2010 Out of Print #189667
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Language: Danish

This 11th volume of `Animal Life in Denmark' is aimed to be an extended field guide on the butterflies in Denmark. The book covers all species occuring in Denmark today as well as extinct species and rare migrants. For each species the text is divided into the following chapters: Identification, habitat, biology, behaviour, distribution. For all species occuring in Denmark today there are several colour photos of the adult insects, habitats and larvae and for extinct species and rare migrants less photos but they are still well illustrated.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
By: Klaus Hermansen
224 pages, 10 colour plates and nearly 700 colour photos
Publisher: Apollo Books
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