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Mariposas Diurnas de Canarias [Butterflies of the Canary Islands]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Javier García Pérez(Author), Juan José Bacallado Aránega(Author), Rafael García Becerra(Author), Irene Santos Perdomo(Author), Carlos Ruiz Carreira(Author), Andrés Delgado Izquierdo(Author), Antonio Machado Carrillo(Foreword By)
365 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
Mariposas Diurnas de Canarias [Butterflies of the Canary Islands]
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  • Mariposas Diurnas de Canarias [Butterflies of the Canary Islands] ISBN: 9788416785919 Hardback Oct 2022 In stock
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Language: Spanish

For the first time, the complete life cycle of the butterflies of the Canary Islands, a beloved daytime insect, is presented to the scientific world and to all people interested in learning about the island's valuable biodiversity. This detailed treatment of their taxonomic classification describes the most conspicuous morphological and biological details. A work of great importance for scholars and nature lovers that will help you to understand the current state of the butterfly populations found in this area.

Summary in Spanish:
Por vez primera se presenta al mundo científico y a todas las personas con inquietudes hacia el conocimiento de la valiosa biodiversidad insular los ciclos de vida completos de los Ropalóceros de Canarias, nuestras queridas mariposas diurnas, con una puesta en valor de su clasificación taxonómica y un tratamiento pormenorizado de los detalles morfológicos y biológicos más conspicuos. Un trabajo inédito de gran trascendencia para eruditos y aficionados que ayudará a comprender el estado actual de las poblaciones asentadas en el territorio.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Javier García Pérez(Author), Juan José Bacallado Aránega(Author), Rafael García Becerra(Author), Irene Santos Perdomo(Author), Carlos Ruiz Carreira(Author), Andrés Delgado Izquierdo(Author), Antonio Machado Carrillo(Foreword By)
365 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations
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