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Papilio

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Jason Sargerson(Author)
35 pages, 140 colour photos
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This is a unique A4 booklet describing butterflies in eight countries: Corfu (Ropa Valley), England (Wilberforce Way and Chambers Farm), France (Chamonix Valley), Gibraltar (Alameda Gardens), Hungary (Farm Lator), Italy (Valle Vigezzo), Switzerland (Albula Valley, Val Poschiavo, Vispa Valley) and the United States (Abajo Mountains and LaSal Mountains in Utah). Altogether 100 species illustrated in 140 colour photographs.

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Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Jason Sargerson(Author)
35 pages, 140 colour photos
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