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Lepidoptera of North America, Volume 6: Butterflies of Oregon: Their Taxonomy, Distribution, and Biology

Flora / Fauna
By: Andrew D Warren
405 pages, 3 maps
Lepidoptera of North America, Volume 6: Butterflies of Oregon: Their Taxonomy, Distribution, and Biology
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Provides detailed accounts for all 171 species of Oregon's naturally occurring butterflies. Patterns of geographic and ecological variation are discussed in detail for each species, and the distribution of each species is listed by county and discussed. Several new taxonomic combinations are proposed, and three apparently undescribed butterfly species are identified. This is not an identification guide but it can be useful in understanding the taxonomic issues or confusion over some species.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Andrew D Warren
405 pages, 3 maps
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