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

Tagfalter in Bayern [Butterflies in Bavaria]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Markus Brau(Author), Ralf Bolz(Author), Helmut Kolbeck(Author), Andreas Nunner(Author), Johannes Voith(Author), Werner Wolf(Author)
784 pages, 739 colour photos, 359 illustrations, 182 maps
Tagfalter in Bayern [Butterflies in Bavaria]
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Language: German

Tagfalter in Bayern is a comprehensive and uniquely detailed work on the butterflies of Bavaria
- Important reference also about Bavaria's borders
- With numerous high-quality photographs, graphics and distribution maps
- 176 Bavarian butterfly species, their habitats, biology and population sizes are covered
- Includes consideration of risk factors and possible protective measures for species and their habitats

Summary in German:
Umfassend und fundiert
- Einzigartig ausführliches Werk über die Tagfalter Bayerns
- Wichtige Referenz auch über Bayerns Grenzen hinaus
- Mit zahlreichen hochwertigen Fotos, Grafiken und Verbreitungskarten

Die 176 bayerischen Tagfalterarten werden in diesem Buch hinsichtlich ihrer Verbreitung, Lebensräume, Biologie und Bestandssituation ausführlich vorgestellt. Wissenschaftler, Naturschutz-Fachleute und Naturfreunde finden hier fachliche Grundlagen und Anregungen für weitere Untersuchungen zu dieser faszinierenden Insektengruppe. Den verschiedenen bayerischen Lebensraumtypen, ihrer regionalen Differenzierung und dem jeweiligen Arteninventar wird dabei breiter Raum gewidmet. Die Berücksichtigung von Gefährdungsfaktoren und möglichen Schutzmaßnahmen für Arten und ihre Lebensräume machen das Buch auch überregional zu einer unverzichtbaren Referenz für den Naturschutz.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Markus Brau(Author), Ralf Bolz(Author), Helmut Kolbeck(Author), Andreas Nunner(Author), Johannes Voith(Author), Werner Wolf(Author)
784 pages, 739 colour photos, 359 illustrations, 182 maps
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