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|Author||Heiko Bellmann. Edited by De Vlinderstichting, Jaap Bouwman & Daniëlle Winter|
|Number of pages||448|
|Format||193 x 134 x 31 mm|
|Pictures||full color photos|
|Year of publication||2018 (6th and revised edition)|
The ANWB Butterfly Guide is a handy guide containing the most common day and night butterflies of Europe. Heiko Bellmann, also known of the ANWB Insectengids, describes more than 300 butterflies accompanied by many sharp color images. Besides the fact that there are clear illustrations per butterfly in this guide, you can also discover the caterpillars and even the host plants by species. This makes identification very easy. And that makes the ANWB Butterfly Guide so suitable for every nature lover who wants to learn more to find and recognize butterflies.
You will find a handy overview of caterpillars on the inside of the cover. In addition, extra attention is paid to the host plants. These can be trees, plants, shrubs and grasses. The host plants are the places where the butterfly can lay its eggs and the caterpillar spends its novice life. In the ANWB Butterfly Guide you will find the most important characteristics of more than 200 species of host plants.
With a total of 1,100 impressive color photos for fast recognition and color coding on the back flap, the ANWB Butterfly Guideis not only a welcome reference book, but also useful in the field.