Butterflies Of Indiana: A Field Guide

Paperback | December 19, 2012

byJeffrey E. Belth

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This field guide to Indiana's rich butterfly fauna covers all 149 species of butterflies and their close relatives, the skippers. Over 500 color photographs illustrate the undersides and uppersides of most species and highlight the variations found among them, both seasonally and between males and females. For beginners and experts, Butterflies of Indiana also offers an introduction to the natural history of butterflies. The simple and intuitive design of this guide and its wealth of features make it a faithful companion for butterfly watchers, collectors, gardeners, birders, and naturalists.

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This field guide to Indiana's rich butterfly fauna covers all 149 species of butterflies and their close relatives, the skippers. Over 500 color photographs illustrate the undersides and uppersides of most species and highlight the variations found among them, both seasonally and between males and females. For beginners and experts, Bu...

Jeffrey E. Belth, a lifelong lover of butterflies and entomology, has been photographing butterflies in Indiana for 25 years.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:344 pages, 7.5 × 4.5 × 0.8 inPublished:December 19, 2012Publisher:Indiana University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0253009553

ISBN - 13:9780253009555

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"[T]his is unquestionably the finest local butterfly field guide ever produced.... In summary, I would suggest this field guide to everyone who has an interest in North American butterflies. Although it treats only the fauna of Indiana, its significance extends well beyond the boundaries of that state. If I were to write my dream field guide, it would surely resemble Butterflies of Indiana." -News of the Lepidopterists' Society