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

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Golden Press, 1964 - Butterflies - 160 pages
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Presents an introduction to the most common, widespread, important or unusual North American butterflies and moths, giving special attention to immature forms and to rangemaps which show distribution.

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User Review  - drjvrichardsonjr - LibraryThing

Includes Geometer moths, but not the Stenoporpia pulchella or Sabulodes aegrotata which live in the desert SW. Read full review

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Classic guide to Butterflies and Moths. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCING LEPIDOPTERA
4
ACTIVITIES WITH LEPIDOPTERA
13
BUTTERFLIES
19
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Robert Mitchell and Dolores Emery are experienced authors in the GED math field.

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