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California Butterflies & Moths: An Introduction to Familiar Species (Pocket Naturalist)by James Kavanagh
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The huge ceanothus silk moth is one of over 1,000 species of butterflies and moths found in the diverse ecosystems of California. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 70 familiar and unique species and includes information on their life cycle and features illustrations of common caterpillars and pupae. Laminated for durability, this lightweight, pocket-sized folding guide is an excellent source of portable information and ideal for field use by visitors and residents alike. Made in the USA.
Many of the 750 species of butterfly in the US call California home at least part of the year, thanks to the diverse range of habitats. Visitors and residents of the Golden State will recognize the beauty of California Butterflies and Moths. Detailed illustrations help to identify over 70 familiar species of butterflies and moths. Durable, lightweight and made to fit comfortably in your pocket, this guide is the perfect nature travel companion.
Highly popular and timeless, Waterford's pocket guides introduce novices to common plants, animals and nature. Easy to understand, the pocket-sized guides feature full color illustrations. This folding guide highlights more than 70 species. Laminated for durability.
About the Author
James Kavanagh is the author of more than 300 pocket guides on nature, science, travel, and languages. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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