Action Plan for Maculinea Butterflies in Europe

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  • Author : Miguel L. Munguira
  • Publisher : Council of Europe
  • Pages : 64 pages
  • ISBN : 9789287139931
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Butterflies of New Jersey

Butterflies of New Jersey
  • Author : Michael Gochfeld,Joanna Burger
  • Publisher : Rutgers University Press
  • Release : 06 July 1997
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Butterfly watching has begun to gain the popularity that bird watching has enjoyed for half a century. Much as birds served as a flagship of the conservation movement in this country, butterflies are coming to be seen as the rallying point for the protection of invertebrate species--now regarded as increasingly important for the well-being of all members of the ecosystem. Butterflies of New Jersey discusses the behavior, status, distribution, taxonomy, ecology, and conservation of butterflies in New Jersey. It is

Butterflies of Oklahoma Kansas and North Texas

Butterflies of Oklahoma  Kansas  and North Texas
  • Author : John M. Dole,Walter Baker Gerard,John M. Nelson
  • Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press
  • Release : 06 July 2022
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Written for anyone wishing to identify, attract, raise, or photograph butterflies common to America's southern plains, this guide includes instructions on building a butterfly sanctuary, descriptions of twenty prime butterfly spotting sites in the region, and color photographs of one hundred species of butterflies in their natural habitat. Original.


  • Author : Suzanne Slade
  • Publisher : The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
  • Release : 15 August 2007
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This book is a visually stunning and information-packed look at the butterflies that live right in the readers' backyard. Electron microscope technology opens up and magnifies the fascinating world of these insects for young explorers.

Butterflies of the Lower Rio Grande Valley

Butterflies of the Lower Rio Grande Valley
  • Author : Roland H. Wauer
  • Publisher : Big Earth Publishing
  • Release : 06 July 2022
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The Lower Rio Grand River Valley is one of the most visited sites for those engaged in the growing activity of butterfly watching. Observers come to this south Texas location to see the nearly 300 species that flock there regularly. The twenty best viewing sites are described in this title. In addition, there are full-color photos and descriptions of each species of butterfly. The author has more than twenty books on birdwatching and nature guides. Original.

Butterflies of Britain and Europe

Butterflies of Britain and Europe
  • Author : Tari Haahtela,Kimmo Saarinen,Pekka Ojalainen,Hannu Aarnio
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 21 March 2019
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Packed with beautiful photography and thoroughly updated throughout, this is the definitive guide to all 472 species of European butterflies with additional information on another 64 species found in North Africa and south and west Turkey. Detailed text and clear photographs – including views of both the upperwing and underwing where possible – allow identification of adult butterflies in the field. There is also useful information on their relative size, similar species, habitat, lifestyle and larval host plants, accompanied by accurate range maps which

Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest

Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest
  • Author : Robert Michael Pyle,Caitlin C. LaBar
  • Publisher : Timber Press
  • Release : 03 April 2018
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Winner of the 2018 National Outdoor Book Award, Nature Guide Books Category Easy to use and beautifully illustrated with more than 600 color photographs and nearly 200 maps, Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest is a must-have for nature lovers in Washington, Oregon, western Idaho, northern California, and British Columbia. The profiles include preferred common name for both genus and species, type locality, conservation status, the look and distinguishing traits of each butterfly, the preferred foodplants and nectar plants, habitat and range, and much

The Last Butterflies

The Last Butterflies
  • Author : Nick Haddad
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 13 April 2021
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A remarkable look at the rarest butterflies, how global changes threaten their existence, and how we can bring them back from near-extinction Most of us have heard of such popular butterflies as the Monarch or Painted Lady. But what about the Fender’s Blue? Or the St. Francis’ Satyr? Because of their extreme rarity, these butterflies are not well-known, yet they are remarkable species with important lessons to teach us. The Last Butterflies spotlights the rarest of these creatures—some

Britain s Butterflies

Britain s Butterflies
  • Author : David Newland,Robert Still,Andy Swash,David Tomlinson
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 29 March 2015
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Britain's Butterflies is a comprehensive and beautifully designed photographic field guide to the butterflies of Britain and Ireland. Containing hundreds of stunning colour photographs, this revised and updated edition provides the latest information on every species ever recorded. It covers in detail the identification of all 59 butterfly species that breed regularly, as well as four former breeders, 10 rare migrants and one species of unknown status. The easy-to-use format will enable butterfly-watchers—beginners or experts—to identify any species they encounter.

Iron Butterflies

Iron Butterflies
  • Author : Birute Regine
  • Publisher : Prometheus Books
  • Release : 09 September 2010
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This inspiring and compelling narrative weaves together stories of sixty successful women from all walks of life and throughout the world. The author spent several years in eight countries interviewing dynamic female role models: businesswomen, CEOs, a Congresswoman, a governor, an ex-Prime Minister, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, a winemaker, artists, doctors, nurses, and many others. The author calls these women "Iron Butterflies" because they meld a will of iron with the gentle, nurturing touch of

The Ecology and Evolution of Heliconius Butterflies

The Ecology and Evolution of Heliconius Butterflies
  • Author : Chris D. Jiggins
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 27 January 2017
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The Heliconius butterflies are one of the classic systems in evolutionary biology and have contributed hugely to our understanding of evolution over the last 150 years. Their dramatic radiation and remarkable mimicry has fascinated biologists since the days of Bates, Wallace, and Darwin. The Ecology and Evolution of Heliconius Butterflies is the first thorough and accessible treatment of the ecology, genetics, and behaviour of these butterflies, exploring how they offer remarkable insights into tropical biodiversity. The book starts by outlining some

Attracting Birds and Butterflies

Attracting Birds and Butterflies
  • Author : Barbara Ellis
  • Publisher : Home Grown Gardening
  • Release : 04 February 2020
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A quick-reference guide to attracting birds and butterflies for gardeners with little experience and time. In the eye of a bird or butterfly, the typical suburban landscape resembles an unfriendly desert. Closely mowed lawns, tightly clipped shrubs, raked-up borders, and deadheaded flowers mean no place to nest, no food to eat, and nowhere to hide. To the humans who live there, this means no bird songs, no colorful butterflies, no dazzling hummingbirds, no night-sparkling fireflies. Creating a garden that welcomes

Field Guide to Butterflies of South Africa

Field Guide to Butterflies of South Africa
  • Author : Steve Woodhall
  • Publisher : Penguin Random House South Africa
  • Release : 05 July 2012
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Designed for easy identification in the field, Field Guide to Butterflies of South Africa features all of South Africa’s more than 660 butterfly species. Species entries provide details of identification plus a brief account of habits, flight periods, broods, typical habitat, distribution and larval food source. Full-colour photographs of male and female forms – where they differ – and of upper- and undersides (wherever possible) occur on pages facing the species entries, and a simple numbering system between text and images ensures