The Butterfly Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the

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The aquaphobic amphibian clung on to the stem of the green leaf for a staggering 30 minutes as it was lashed by wind and rain. There are over 30 subspecies of Old World Swallowtail. Some very interesting observations have been made by Mr. Includes pictures of the different life stages. Species such as the heath butterfly and the comma, which are typically found in warm areas and both of which have existed in England and in the southern parts of the United Kingdom for many years, have been gradually moving north into Scotland.

Pages: 614

Publisher: Ulan Press (August 31, 2012)


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