Butterflies of North America

Butterflies of North America

The Life History of North American Butterflies

Book - 2016
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This book is your golden key to unlock the mysterious world of butterfly life cycles. Hundreds of gorgeous photos capture every intricate detail of these marvelous creatures. Explore butterfly courtship, feeding habits, defense mechanisms and the diversity of design in their eggs, caterpillars, chrysalises and winged adults. Learn how to find butterflies in the wild and also discover what plants to add to your own yard to attract these beautiful insects. Did you know that butterflies taste with their feet, and some caterpillars use ants as their bodyguards? From the curious novice to the serious naturalist, this book is a treasure trove of butterfly secrets.
Publisher: Minocqua, Wisconsin :, Willow Creek Press,, [2016]
ISBN: 9781623439705
Call Number: 595.789 B944b
Characteristics: 142 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 19 x 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Richards, Wayne 1970-- Author


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