This waterproof, pocket-size guide—Butterflies of Tennessee—illustrates 59 species of butterflies in the state, as well as 25 species of their close relatives, the skippers, plus their caterpillars.
- The Volunteer State has many hill and valley regions to explore for butterflies, from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the east to the Mississippi River lowlands in the west
- Featured are familiar butterflies such as the Eastern tiger swallowtail, orange sulphur, red admiral, mourning cloak, monarch and silver-spotted skipper
- Also includes species such as the falcate orangetip, Olympia marble, harvester and Baltimore checkerspot, as well as Tennessee's state butterfly, the Zebra swallowtail
- The resident butterflies are primarily eastern species, but some southern and northern species are also represented
- Features color photos in a side-by-side format that's ideal for field use
- Lists common and scientific names, adult size, season when they can be found and their caterpillar host plants
- Includes tips on finding butterflies and caterpillars, plus an illustrated life cycle of the Gulf fritillary
- Conveniently folds up in to a packet narrow enough to fit in a back pocket
- Waterproof and sturdy enough to stand up under repeated use
- Scientifically accurate in each subject matter
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