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FG06: Common and some exotic Butterflies of New England
Price: $7.95 each
  • 9" x 4" when closed
  • Laminated and waterproof
  • Six panel double-sided reference guide
  • Instant access to just what you need to know
  • Perfect for backpack, beach bag or purse
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • 62 species, both common and exotic
  • Swallowtails, buckeyes, sulphurs, hairstreaks and more
  • Species found in woodlands, fields and scrub, wetlands and swamps and inhabited areas
  • Butterflies 101
  • Seasons and Habitats
  • Illustrations and captions by a regional expert
  • Images and text by Rick Cech
  • Butterflies - black swallowtail, canadian tiger swallowtail, spicebush swallowtail, monarch, great spangled fritillary, atlantis fritillary, variegated fritillary, silver-bordered fritillary, meadow fritillary, silvery checkerspot, harris's checkerspot, question mark, gray comma, eastern comma, compton tortoiseshell, mourning cloak, milbert's tortoiseshell, american lady, painted lady, red admiral, common buckeye, pearl crescent, baltimore checkerspot, viceroy, white admiral, northern pearly-eye, little wood-satyr, eyed brown, common ringlet, cabbage white, melissa arctic, common wood-nymph, orange sulphur, clouded sulphur, little yellow, harvester, american copper, bog copper, banded hairstreak, acadian hairstreak, striped hairstreak, olive juniper hairstreak, eastern pine elfin, gray hairstreak, eastern tailed-blue, spring azure, silvery blue, karner melissa blue, silver-spotted skipper, juvenal's duskywing, common sootywing, arctic skipper, least skipper, european skipper, tawny-edged skipper, long dash, delaware skipper, hobomok skipper, pepper and salt skipper, common roadside-skipper, dusted skipper