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Butterflies: The New Compact Study Guide and Identifier (Identifying Guide… (edition 1999)

by Ken Preston-Mafham (Author)

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Butterflies are the real cinderellas of the natural world. Their remarkable transition from humble caterpillar to exotic butterfly is a timeless source of fascination. This identifier contains illustrations of over 100 types of butterfly.
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Title:Butterflies: The New Compact Study Guide and Identifier (Identifying Guide Series)
Authors:Ken Preston-Mafham (Author)
Info:Chartwell (1999), Edition: 1st, 80 pages
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