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The Butterflies of Kazakhstan

Flora / Fauna
By: Vadim V Tshikolovets(Author), Oleg Kosterin(Author), Pavel Gorbunov(Author), Roman Yakovlev(Author)
458 pages, 64 plates with colour photos; b/w distribution maps
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Kazakhstan is one of the largest countries of Eurasia. The western part is in Europe, and the eastern is bordering with China. A variety of natural and climatic conditions led to a large number of species of Rhopalocera. Not less than 15 Parnassius species live here. The most interesting for lepidopterists in Kazakhstan are the mountain areas in the east: the Tian Shan, Dzungar Alatau, Saur, Tarbagatai, Altai, where the largest number of rare and endemic species live. A big part of the territory is occupied by deserts and semi-deserts, but here also are many rare and endemic species.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Vadim V Tshikolovets(Author), Oleg Kosterin(Author), Pavel Gorbunov(Author), Roman Yakovlev(Author)
458 pages, 64 plates with colour photos; b/w distribution maps
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