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Really weird animals : butterflies and moths
Really weird animals : butterflies and moths
Hibbert, Clare, 1970-2012
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Butterflies and moths come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and colours...but why? Some use colours and eye spots to camouflage themselves from predators or prey. Others have weird antennae and one moth can even squirt acid from its head. From strangely-shaped caterpillars to useful silk moths and the amazing see-through glasswing butterfly, discover some of the world's strangest insects and learn all about why they are so weird!
Main title:
Imprint:
London ; Sydney : Franklin Watts, 2012.
Collation:
32 p. : col.ill. ; 2011 cm.
Series title:
Notes:
Includes index and glossary.Includes bibliographical references
Contents:
Cecropia moth -- Birdwing butterfly -- Glasswing butterfly -- Plume moth -- Atlas moth -- Burnet moth -- Puss moth -- Owl butterfly -- Swallowtail butterfly -- Pale tussock moth -- Luna moth -- Monarch butterfly -- Tent moth -- Death's-head hawk moth -- Morpho butterfly -- Hummingbird hawk moth -- Saddleback moth -- Regal moth -- Orange oak leaf butterfly -- Silk moth.
ISBN:
978184837959697814451052229781445138213
Dewey class:
595.78
Language:
English
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Brighton LibraryJunior Animals and NatureJ 595.78 HIBAvailable
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