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Mariposas de España y Europa [Collins Butterfly Guide]

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Tom Tolman(Author), Richard Lewington(Illustrator), Constantí Stefanescu(Translated by), Jordi Jubany(Translated by)
384 pages, 2000+ colour illustrations, 400+ colour distribution maps
Publisher: Lynx Edicions
Mariposas de España y Europa [Collins Butterfly Guide]
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  • Mariposas de España y Europa [Collins Butterfly Guide] ISBN: 9788496553842 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2011 Out of Print #195889
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Language: Spanish

This is a Spanish translation of Collins Butterfly Guide.

Second edition of the most comprehensive guide to diurnal European butterfly identification. Over 400 distribution maps and more than 2000 full-colour illustrations portray the male, the female and each of the different forms of every species. All 440 species observed are covered and a summary of the information currently available on taxonomy, distribution, identification and variability, flight time, habitat, biology, behaviour and conservation status is provided. Texts provide an abundance of information about the plants fed on, making it easier to locate adult butterflies.

The second edition has been revised and updated for Spain by specialists, and includes new information on distribution and feeding. The bibliography has been amended so as to include essential references on diurnal Spanish butterflies.

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