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European Butterflies, Issue 2: Spring 2019

Series: European Butterflies Volume: 2
By: Jason Sargerson(Editor), Dominic Couzens(Contributor), Dobromir Domuschiev(Contributor), Robin Fox(Contributor), James Gibbs(Contributor), David Moore(Contributor), Nick Morgan(Contributor), Simon Spencer(Contributor)
36 pages, 140 colour photos
European Butterflies, Issue 2: Spring 2019
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Articles in the magazine cover: Butterflies in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Spain, the Monte Universales in Spain and the Champsaur Valley in France. Conservation work of the European Butterflies Group is described.  A Naturetrek butterfly holiday in Hungary is featured. There are special features on hill-topping butterflies in Spain and Italy and on Asian Fritillaries in Switzerland and Large Tortoiseshells in the Rhone Valley in Switzerland. Butterflies in Bulgaria are described by Wild Echo Tours. Each page has a unique selection of photographs. All photographs are identified where possible with the butterfly, date and place, and this issue illustrates over 90 species.

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Series: European Butterflies Volume: 2
By: Jason Sargerson(Editor), Dominic Couzens(Contributor), Dobromir Domuschiev(Contributor), Robin Fox(Contributor), James Gibbs(Contributor), David Moore(Contributor), Nick Morgan(Contributor), Simon Spencer(Contributor)
36 pages, 140 colour photos
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