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Old 03-07-2013, 11:09 AM   #1
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Location: Central Ohio
butterfly Butterflies of Indiana

Found a new book for you folks in Indiana, Butterflies of Indiana. Book came out in December. The author is Jeffrey Belth. It is not the guy who did the Ohio and Michigan books. In fact, I don't even recognize the name. But, if I lived in Indiana, I'd grab a copy because the reviews look good.

Amazon.com: Butterflies of Indiana: A Field Guide (Indiana Natural Science) (9780253009555): Jeffrey E. Belth: Books

And just to prove that I'm not an Ohio snob, I own Butterflies of Alabama: Glimpses into Their Lives and I highly recommend it. This is not a field guide. There are 500+ pages to cover 84 butterflies. LOTs of pictures but I don't remember there being a lot of egg pics. Good info about each butterfly, including factoids about the caterpillars, but some butterflies get more coverage than others (I thought my favorite juniper hairstreak deserved more coverage). At the back of the book is an Alabama county map for each butterfly, showing the counties where the butterfly has been recorded.

Amazon.com: Butterflies of Alabama: Glimpses into Their Lives (Gosse Nature Guides) (9780817355951): Paulette Haywood Ogard, Sara Cunningham Bright: Books
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