by Meryl Wilson
An illustrated book about the life cycles of butterflies found in Indonesia’s Lowlands. Written and illustrated by Meryl Wilson, an Australian non-scientist whose concern is to protect their food plants and the environment.
Why are Butterflies Important?
- As they probe for nectar, they transfer pollen from one flower to another, so cross-pollinating fruit trees, vines, and other flowers and crops.
- The presence of butterflies is an indicator of the biodiversity of an area, as is whether it is affected by pesticides or environmental change.
- They are food, especially in the larval stage, for many other creatures.
- We love them for their beauty and the design of each stage, egg, larva, pupa, and adult, in which we cannot help but get a glimpse of the creative intelligence behind the evolution of our world.
23 x 21 cm (Landscape
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