How to Spot Butterflies

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But, because they are so poor at dispersing across anything other than rainforest, we are pretty certain that the amber butterfly must have essentially ridden on the islands as they moved from central America to the Caribbean with plate tectonics. Some have rounded wings, some have irregular edges with notches and little curves. Butterflies have been entertaining and enlightening people since they began their transformations here on earth. Legs: bike brakes, bike chain, spoon handles.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Mariner Books (January 15, 1999)

ISBN: 0395892759

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