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The Butterflies of Altai, Sayans and Tuva (Southern Siberia)

Flora / Fauna
By: V Tshikolovets, R Yakovlev and O Kosterin
374 pages, 48 colour plates with 2500 colour photos
The Butterflies of Altai, Sayans and Tuva (Southern Siberia)
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This volume is a comprehensive reference book to all butterfly and skipper species known to occur in the Altai, Sayans and Tuva regions of Central Asia. Information covers distribution, habitats, flight period, synonymy, type material and distribution maps of 243 species.

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Flora / Fauna
By: V Tshikolovets, R Yakovlev and O Kosterin
374 pages, 48 colour plates with 2500 colour photos
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