World of butterflies and moths.

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McGraw-Hill , New York
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GenrePictorial works.
The Physical Object
Pagination207 p.
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Open LibraryOL16495405M

What she loves best are all the photos. It is a nice hardbound book with several color photos (several quite large) of beautiful butterflies and moths.

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All butterflies—at least all British butterflies—have knobbed or clubbed antennæ, while the corresponding organs of all our moths terminate in a sharp point. This distinction obtains in all British Lepidoptera, and is so far regarded as the most important basis of classification that naturalists have derived from.

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Mitchell, R.T. and H.S. Zim. Butterflies and moths: a guide to the more common American species. Golden Press, New York. [ISBN X] Opler, P.A. Peterson first guide to butterflies and moths: a simplified guide to the common butterflies and moths of North America.

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[ISBN Butterflies and moths make up the third largest group of insects. They look alike but there are a few slight differences.

Butterflies have club-shaped antennae (feelers) and moths tend to have feathery or plain antennae. Butterflies are also generally more colourful than moths, which tend to be dull-coloured to help camouflage (hide) themselves.

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Students learn about the body parts, life cycle, and behavior of each type of insect. Photographs and charts complement the learning experience. More Book Options. Thumbnail Galleries & Indexes There are over butterfly species in the world.

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Butterflies and Moths: A Study of the Largest and Most Beautiful of the Insects (The Golden Library of Knowledge ) (Little Golden Book) Martin, Richard A.

Published by Golden Press, New York (). About Butterflies and Moths Explore butterfly habitats and find out all about how butterflies work, from wings to feet.

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