This book of beautiful butterflies is full of press-out designs intricately decorated with foil and perfect for all ages to color in.
Author: Nosy Crow
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
This book of beautiful butterflies is full of press-out designs intricately decorated with foil and perfect for all ages to color in. Featuring ten unique designs, the press-out pieces can be slotted together to create bright and cheerful ornaments. These gorgeous butterflies are perfect to hang around the home and add sparkle to any setting.
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Author: Elizabeth Harbour
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Create unique, handmade wall art, cards, bags, gift wrap, scarves, pillows, dishes, and more Techniques for printing on paper, fabric, and glassware with stencils, carved foam and plastic blocks, screenprinting, and more Explores the key printmaking techniques, including monoprinting, screenprinting, and relief printing More than 30 easy-to-make home printing projects Learn to print on paper, fabric, and glass with simple techniques and everyday materials that can be found around the house. More than 30 projects show the process clearly with step-by-step illustrations and offer inspiration for the many uses of printmaking. The techniques found in this book can be used to decorate cards, t-shirts, handbags, lampshades, easy fit tags, tea towels, glassware, and more.
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destroying caterpillars ; and they may be long kept in it without injuring their colours.
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responsible attitude to monitoring butterfly - oriented operations to be increasing in such countries trade in rare swallowtails . ... but which do not fulfil the formal
criterion for 7 Categories of Swallowtails Needing Conservation Action Colour
Author: T. R. New
This is the first insect Action Plan prepared by the IUCN Species Survival Commission, and was chosen because swallowtail butterflies are perhaps the most charismatic to non-entomologists. Some are the largest butterflies which exist, and the ?birdwings” in particular have long excited wonder and comment among naturalists of all persuasions. Out of a total of 573 species, 170 are considered to need conservation action. This Action Plan exemplifies the wide-ranging conservation needs of swallowtails by selecting a geographically broad suite of faunas and individual taxa for priority conservation action. Endangering processes are accelerating alarmingly in most of the regions listed for attention. The plan covers 34 regions throughout the world, considering within each region the conservation status of particular species, action needed, and how projects could be undertaken, together with an indication of costs involved.
Author: Thomas BROWN (Captain, F.L.S.)Publish On: 1834
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De-Stress And Express Your Creativity With Flower and Butterfly Illustrations To Color In! 8.5 x 11 inches | 30 pages | Printed in the USA Are You Looking To Unwind, Get Artistic and Relax At Home? You Can Do Just That With Our Inspiring Colouring Book Full Of Intricate Flowers and Beautiful Butterflies. Hours Of Entertainment To Have For You and Others In The Household. Watch As The Flying Insects & Organic Blooms Come To Life With Color. Practice Mindfulness and Therapeutic Meditation One Drawing At A Time. Share The Creativity and Send The Perfect Gift To Friends, Relatives and Other Family Members Who Need Some Cheering Up. You Can Click Through Our Activity Fox Press Brand To Find More Entertaining Coloring Books, Educational Activity Books and Fun Word Game Puzzle Books! Butterflies and Blooms Adult Coloring Book Features: Elegant Matte Finish Cover 12 Pages of Detailed Line Art Drawings Relaxing & Creative Art Therapy In Your Home Perfect For Staying Calm & Easing Stress or Anxiety Use Your Choice Of Colored Pencil, Crayon, Marker, Gel Pen, Fine Liner Each Page Is One Sheet, Blank On The Back So There Is No Bleed Remove and Frame The Masterpiece You Created Makes An Awesome Present For Any Holiday Or Occasion Great Activity For Older Kids, Too! Don't Miss Out On Volume Two of Butterflies and Blooms! Be Sure To Scroll Up And Click The ADD TO CART Button To Color Today!
Bibilography publication which for the first time contains colour illustrations of
virtually all of the birds recorded in the region . ... ( in press ) . Colour plates
illustrate 267 species of birds , 90 species of butterflies and 64 species of
dragonflies and ...
Author: Lester Perera
Pictorial works with reference to Sri Lankan birds.
MATE LOCATION Male butterflies actively seek out and court females, while
females either wait near the larval ... Rocky Mountain Apollo (Parnassius
smintheus) males, for example, chase only flying objects that are light in colour,
but they do ...
Author: Jon Shepard
Publisher: UBC Press
Butterflies are found everywhere in British Columbia. Written for butterfly watchers, butterfly gardeners, naturalists, and biologists, Butterflies of British Columbia will provide years of enjoyment for the butterfly enthusiast. The Butterflies of British Columbia � provides the most complete coverage of species and subspecies of any North American regional or continental butterfly book � covers 187 species and 264 subspecies of butterflies, as well as 9 additional hypothetical species � provides descriptions of identifying features, immature stages, larval foodplants, biology and life history, range and habitat, and conservation status for each species � describes 11 new subspecies � includes introductory chapters covering the history, zoogeography, conservation, morphology, ecology, and biology of butterflies in BC and adjacent areas � is lavishly illustrated with over 1,200 colour photographs and over 200 distribution maps � includes a glossary of butterfly terms and a bibliography of over 750 citations.
We also acknowledge the contribution of butterfly researchers with whom we
discussed specific problem areas in ... He then electronically cut , trimmed ,
assembled , and colour - corrected almost a thousand images to produce the Colour Plates . ... The authors would also like to thank the staff of the University of
Toronto Press for their patience , advice , and diligence in putting together what
turned out to ...
Author: Ross A. Layberry
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Beautifully illustrated and clearly presented, The Butterflies of Canada is an indispensable guide to all aspects of butterfly study. Butterfly collecting has long been a popular summer activity, and as the growing popularity of butterfly watching and conservatories in Ontario and British Columbia shows, butterflies are a continuing source of delight and interest to Canadians. The Butterflies of Canada is the first comprehensive guide to all the butterflies found in Canada. Based on the national butterfly collection maintained by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, it contains descriptive individual accounts for the close to three hundred butterfly species recorded in Canada, including descriptions of early stages, subspecies, and key features that help distinguish similar species. Each species of butterfly has an individual distribution map, generated from a database of more than 90,000 location records. More than just a field guide to identifying Canadian butterflies, however, The Butterflies of Canada includes chapters on Canadian geography and butterfly distribution, conservation, gardening, photography, and the history of butterfly study in Canada. It also contains new and unpublished information on the classification of butterflies, their ranges, larval food plants, abundance, flight seasons, and noteworthy habits. Thirty two colour plates provide diagnostic details for each species, and also feature butterflies in their natural habitats. There is an extensive bibliography.
The butterflies are dealt with in A . N . Burns and E . R . Rotherham Australian Butterflies in Colour , a companion volume in the present series and in I . F . B .
Common Australian Butterflies , Jacaranda Press , 1964 . Many moths can be ...
22 cm . Color photographs and text LEHANE , Brendan . 595.77'5 1 . follow the
path of a mountain stream in Title . 1. Lepidoptera - New York ( State ) I. Title . Butterflies— Wyoming . I. II . The compleat flea . New York , Viking Press Series .
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Waser ... (1983a) Optimal and actual outcrossing in plants, and the nature of plant-pollinator interactions. ... (2003) Colour learning in two behavioural contexts: how much can a butterfly keep in
Author: Pat Willmer
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Pollination and Floral Ecology is the most comprehensive single-volume reference to all aspects of pollination biology--and the first fully up-to-date resource of its kind to appear in decades. This beautifully illustrated book describes how flowers use colors, shapes, and scents to advertise themselves; how they offer pollen and nectar as rewards; and how they share complex interactions with beetles, birds, bats, bees, and other creatures. The ecology of these interactions is covered in depth, including the timing and patterning of flowering, competition among flowering plants to attract certain visitors and deter others, and the many ways plants and animals can cheat each other. Pollination and Floral Ecology pays special attention to the prevalence of specialization and generalization in animal-flower interactions, and examines how a lack of distinction between casual visitors and true pollinators can produce misleading conclusions about flower evolution and animal-flower mutualism. This one-of-a-kind reference also gives insights into the vital pollination services that animals provide to crops and native flora, and sets these issues in the context of today's global pollination crisis. Provides the most up-to-date resource on pollination and floral ecology Describes flower advertising features and rewards, foraging and learning by flower-visiting animals, behaviors of generalist and specialist pollinators--and more Examines the ecology and evolution of animal-flower interactions, from the molecular to macroevolutionary scale Features hundreds of color and black-and-white illustrations
London : Academic Press . Edgar , J . A . , C . C . J ... Pyrrolizidine alkaloid
storage in African and Australian danaid butterflies . Experientia 35 : 1447 ...
Rothschild , M . 1972 . Secondary plant substances and warning colouration in
233 (subsequently 242) known Ceylon butterflies, which I found most useful in
England in 1929 when I arranged my collection, which I had sent ... mentioned
above, the following are required — A device for exerting very considerable
pressure—I use an old, iron, letter-copying press. ... By varying the colour or
thickness of the paper on which the gum is applied (viii) great improvements can
... £35 hbk Butterflies of Britain and Europe Tom Tolman Oxford University Press
2001 305pp, colour-illustrated (ISBN ... In July it launched two projected series of
natural-history books, the Photographic Guides and the Pocket Guides.
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of the Department of Branches simply do not cooperate with a ... The mixing of
the colours demonstrates the butterfly effect of sensitivity to initial conditions .