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Butterflies and Moths: A Guide to the More…

Butterflies and Moths: A Guide to the More Common American Species (1962)

by Robert T. Mitchell, Herbert Spencer Zim

Other authors: Andre Durenceau (Illustrator)

Series: Golden Guides (Nature), Golden Nature Guides

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Includes Geometer moths, but not the Stenoporpia pulchella or Sabulodes aegrotata which live in the desert SW. ( )
  drjvrichardsonjr | Mar 1, 2010 |
Classic guide to Butterflies and Moths. ( )
  papyri | Jun 28, 2009 |
Classic guide to Butterflies and Moths. ( )
  papyri | Jun 28, 2009 |
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Butterflies and moths are most numerous in the tropics, but temperate areas have a bountiful supply of many species.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0307240525, Paperback)

This Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press illustrates in full color 423 of the most common, widespread, important, or unusual North American species of Lepidoptera. Information includes:

How to identify butterflies and moths
How to attract, rear and preserve them for study
How to assist these fascinating insects in their struggle for survival

Plus range maps, a special emphasis on immature forms, and an inde of scientific names.

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This book illustrates in full color 423 of the most common, wide-spread, important, or unusual North American species of Lepidoptero.

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