By K. Kunte
Приведены сведения по распространению, экологии и поведению бабочек Индийского полуострова, способствующие развитию деятельности, связанной с наблюдением живых организмов. Книга представляет собой источник визуальной и фактической информации для всех, кто интересуется живой природой, стимулируя внимание к природному богатству Индии.
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