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Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida

Peter D. Stiling

Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida

by Peter D. Stiling

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Published by Macmillan Caribbean, Macmillan Education in [S.l.], Basingstoke .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Butterflies -- West Indies -- Identification.,
  • Butterflies -- Florida -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementPeter Stiling.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii,120p. :
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22516420M
    ISBN 100333735730

    Discovering Jamaican Butterflies and their Relationships around the Caribbean by authors Thomas Turner and Vaughan Turland is the first comprehensive book on the subject since This page publication is richly illustrated with more than photographs and figures, most in color, and depicts Jamaican butterflies in their natural habitats. The Butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida Hardcover – April 30 This book will be the authoritative treatment of the butterflies of the Caribbean for years to come. It has a wealth of information on the distribution and biology of the species and will be a valuable source book inAuthor: David Spencer Smith, Lee D. Miller, Jacqueline Y. Miller.

    In the Caribbean, a small population is thought to exist in the mountains of Cuba, and the butterfly has occurred as a vagrant in Cayman Islands, as well as elsewhere in the West Indies, in Florida.   This coloring book tells the story of the Miami Blue, a critically endangered butterfly found only in the Florida Keys. Use these signs in your butterfly garden to learn about the biology of 19 common butterflies from the southeastern United States. These signs were developed by the Florida Museum of Natural History as part of the Butterfly.

    Caribbean. Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida Peter Stiling. Macmillan Caribbean, Oxford. color photographs of butterflies and their caterpillars.. The Butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida (Highly Recommended)David Spencer Smith, Lee D. Miller, and Jacqueline Y. Miller. : The Butterflies of the West Indies and South Florida () by Smith, David Spencer; Miller, Lee D.; Miller, Jacqueline Y. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.


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This is a guide to the most frequently encountere /5(4). Buy Butterflies of the Florida Keys and the Caribbean and the Plants They Love on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Butterflies of the Florida Keys and the Caribbean and the Plants They Love: Pat Ayres, Susie Reutling: : Books.

Description: This is a guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the Caribbean and Florida, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North American endemics.

Material in the book includes the nature and life-cycle of the butterfly, and a consideration of the area and variety of habitats. This is a guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the Caribbean and Florida, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North American endemics.

Material in the book includes the nature and life-cycle of the butterfly, and a consideration of the area and variety of habitats. Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida by Peter D. Stiling () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ 5/5(1). This is nonetheless a book to also be enjoyed by the interested amateur, whether local or visiting. This is a guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the Caribbean and Florida, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North American : Peter D.

Stiling. This is an illustrated guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the region, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North America endemics.

With colour photographs of butterflies and their caterpillars, this is the first guide to this area to use shots of. This is nonetheless a book to also be enjoyed by the interested amateur, whether local or visiting. This is a guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the Caribbean and Florida, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North American endemics.

Florida butterflies also include the Great Southern White in this group. The larger than average size and the blue tips at the end of the antenna are great field identification clues.

Here’s a list of the rest of the white butterflies and yellow butterflies documented in the state. Checkered White. Great Southern White. Southern Dogface. Butterflies Caribbean and Florida by Peter D. Stiling,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).

Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida by Stiling, P. at Pemberley Books. This book discusses the butterflies occurring in Florida and their distribution. It also treats the biology, ecology and behavior of these insects. At the end of the work there is a checklist by families with both common names and taxonomic names.

Category: Science Gardening For Florida S Butterflies. This is nonetheless a book to also be enjoyed by the interested amateur, whether local or visiting. This is a guide to the most frequently encountered and most brightly coloured species of butterflies to be found in the Caribbean and Florida, from Trinidad with its South American species to Florida and its North American endemics.5/5(1).

Genre/Form: Field guides Identification: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stiling, Peter D. Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida. [S.l.]: Macmillan. Butterflies Caribbean and Florida: : Peter D. Stiling: Libros en idiomas extranjeros.

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Stiling, Peter Stiling, Macmillan Caribbean edition, Paperback - 1 edition. This book will be a must-have reference for the library of any natural history museum, university with a programme in tropical ecology, dedicated Caribbean naturalist, or budding lepidopterist.

All butterflies known from Jamaica are described in technical detail, along with more than photographs and figures depicting their life stages.

Butterflies of the Caribbean and Florida (Paperback) / Author: Peter D. Stiling ; ; Insects (entomology), Invertebrates, Zoology & animal sciences. Butterflies of Florida Field Guide book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Butterfly identification is now simple for everyo /5(3).

Caribbean Scrub-Hairstreak: S Florida: Strymon acis casasi (W. Comstock & Huntington, ) Caribbean Scrub-Hairstreak: Cuba, Caymans: Strymon acis armouri Clench, Caribbean Scrub-Hairstreak: Great Bahama Bank (Andros to Long), possibly Crooked I.

Strymon acis (Drury, ) (Great Inagua segregate) Caribbean Scrub-Hairstreak: Great Inagua.Butterflies of the Caribbean — part of the Lepidoptera (butterfly & moth) species of the Caribbean.; Subcategories. This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.BUTTERFLIES IN FLORIDA The true butterflies in Florida are assigned to families according to the classification used in this book.

Approximately 97 species are known to actually breed here. These are arranged in 9 families. The skippers are as-signed to 2 other families with a .