Butterflies of North America CD-ROM A Natural History and Field Guide
Extraordinary work with 4500+ full-color pictures covering 679 species, many illustrations of natural habitats, 24 videos, 600 field maps of native species, and 100 figures ranging from larval, pupal, and adult structures to glands, nervous systems, reproductive parts, and cells, veins, and other organs. Complete natural history section covers biology, ecology, behavior, evolution, physiology, genetics, and biogeography. Keys and tools aid in identifying major butterfly groups that are native or strays in the U.S., Canada, Alaska, Greenland, Iceland, Bermuda, and Hawaii. Appendices overview studying, collecting, and raising butterflies. While this CD-ROM is an almost exact replication of the book, the extensive hyperlinks assist in finding relevant information quickly. Requires Windows 95 or higher; not suitable for Mac.
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