Almost 400 species of butterflies flutter about the Southwest, well adapted to the varying conditions. This book pictures all butterflies you are most likely to see in the Southwest-in their natural environment.
The adorable ladybug is one of hundreds of species of invertebrates found in and around your home.
Butterflies of Central and Northern California: This guide—including the valley, foothills, coastal and metro areas—beautifully illustrates 84 species of butterfly and nearly all of the corresponding caterpillar forms found in Central and Northern California.
Butterflies of Southern California: Butterflies of Southern California—including the desert, mountains and metro areas—beautifully illustrates 84 species of butterfly and nearly all of the corresponding caterpillar forms found in Southern California.
In clear and concise language and drawings, these booklets describe the common species the reader is likely to come across in Southwestern terrain.
This Golden Guide from St. Martin's Press illustrates in full color 423 of the most common, widespread, important, or unusual North American species of Lepidoptera.
This handy guide to the most common, important and showy North American insects will help the novice begin a fascinating study.
The scorpion, tarantula, brown spider, western rattlesnake, and honeybee - these are just a few of the creatures featured in this guide, which helps you avoid accidental encounters with critters that bite or sting.
The Desert Southwest is an ideal environment for many butterflies and moths and the region supports well over 1,000 species.