Garden Butterflies of North America: A Gallery of Garden

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To make designs with pattern blocks, they should lay flat on the table (not stacked like regular blocks) and they should touch. The young caterpillars feed on the host plants until they form their cocoons. Float like a butterfly with the gentle touch of our lightweight butterfly tunic. The time needed to complete the metamorphosis varies in each species. Since wolves and coyotes are its descendants these should be studied as well.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Willow Creek Press (April 1, 2001)

ISBN: 1572233060

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