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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Butterflies & Moths (Lepidoptera)

Searching for Butterflies in the Montes Universales (Region 2)

By: Paul Wetton(Author)
1 disc, runtime: 60 min
Manufacturer: Wildlife Films
Searching for Butterflies in the Montes Universales (Region 2)
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At the end of July 2019, Paul and Helen Wetton visited The Montes Universales in Eastern Spain with Greenwings Holidays in search of some Spanish specialities and endemic butterfly species of the area. The 6-day trip took place in the last few days of July and into August to coincide with the emergence of Zapater's Ringlet, an endemic species of the area. The total number of species seen by all observers during the trip was 104. Helen and Paul personally saw 101 of these and I managed to film 88 including all of the specialities and endemic species of the region.

This production was filmed in broadcast quality digital format using a Canon XL-H1 High Definition video camera. The footage has been captured onto DVD and shows approximately 1 hour of high quality uncompressed digital video with complete menu accessed using your DVD players remote.


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By: Paul Wetton(Author)
1 disc, runtime: 60 min
Manufacturer: Wildlife Films
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