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Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David J Carter(Author), Brian Hargreaves(Author), Gilbert Hodebert(Illustrator), Joël Minet(Translated by)
312 pages, 35 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations
Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]
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  • Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants] ISBN: 9782603018460 Hardback Mar 2012 Out of Print #203060
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Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]Guide des Chenilles d'Europe: Les Chenilles de Plus de 500 Espèces de Papillons sur 165 Plantes Hôtes [Guide to the Caterpillars of Europe: The Caterpillars of More than 500 Species of Butterflies on 165 Host Plants]

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Language: French

The only comprehensive field guide on caterpillars. Over 500 species are described and illustrated, with 300 miniatures of the corresponding butterflies and moths. 165 characteristic food plants are also illustrated.

Summary in French:
Après une introduction complète sur l'élevage des chenilles, leur étude et leur biologie, le livre décrit chaque espèce avec précision: répartition géographique, description morphologique, cycle biologique, biotope concerné, plantes nourricières.

Les planches couleurs représentent 165 espèces végétales et, pour chacune, les chenilles susceptibles de s’y développer, avec en regard les papillons adultes correspondants.

 

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Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: David J Carter(Author), Brian Hargreaves(Author), Gilbert Hodebert(Illustrator), Joël Minet(Translated by)
312 pages, 35 plates with colour illustrations; b/w illustrations
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