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Mariposas de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires y Alrededores

Field / Identification Guide
By: Ezequiel Nunez Bustos
262 pages, 1000+ colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour map
Mariposas de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires y Alrededores
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Language: Spanish

An essential guide to all the butterflies flying in the urban reserves and wildlife areas of the city of Buenos Aires and surrounding areas. Features colour photographs of all wild species, showing how they land on the ground or on flowers, and mounted specimens, allowing to clearly see its details. The guide describes the characteristics of each species in accessible language; common and scientific name, habitat, flight, wingspan; characteristics of adult, egg, caterpillar, and chrysalis; observation sites, and more. It includes an illustrated guide to the best plants that can be used to attract butterflies, such as when creating a butterfly garden, and tips for breeding.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Ezequiel Nunez Bustos
262 pages, 1000+ colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour map
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