Butterflies and moths

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Dorling Kindersley, Mar 15, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 61 pages
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Describes the physical characteristics, habits, and behavior of butterflies and moths, and discusses their life in gardens, woods, mountains, rain forests, deserts, and the Arctic

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User Review  - timothyl33 - LibraryThing

Book 6 of The Company series by Kage Baker. Although still an interesting read, "The Children of the Company" is probably the weakest book of the series so far. Since it deals mainly in disjointed ... Read full review

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User Review  - ChrisRiesbeck - LibraryThing

My rating is for those who've read previous books in the series. This is not a place to begin! This is more anthology than novel. The nominal main character is Labienus, a vile immortal busy plotting ... Read full review

Contents

Butterflies and moths
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Which is which?
10
Wondrous wings
12
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Dr. John Feltwell is trained in botany and zoology. A successful photographer of plants, he has written more than 30 books on gardening, ecology and conservation, including "Clematis for all Seasons" (Firefly, 1999).