Butterflies of the Mid-Atlantic

ISBN: 978-1-943334-89-6

“CoverThis pocket-sized guide features sharp color photos in a side-by-side format that makes it ideal for field use.
Common and scientific names, adult wingspan, caterpillar host plants, caterpillars for each species, flight season for each entry are listed which it ideal for field use.
No other fold-out field guide contains as much information.

Both common and less common butterflies found in the Mid-Atlantic states are contained in this guide including several of the region’s unique species like Appalachian Azure, Baltimore Checkerspot, Carolina Satyr and Mulberry Wing.

Nature enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy using this marvelous guide appropriate to Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, District of Columbia as well as parts of New Jersey, New York, and North Carolina.

This 12-panel guide, conveniently folds up in to a packet narrow enough to fit in a back pocket, glove box, or tackle box yet sturdy enough to stand up under repeated use—durable lamination also makes it waterproof. Size: 4”x 9” folded; 9” x 24.5” unfolded.

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Arlene Ripley, an avid birder and photographer, became fascinated with butterflies while living in Southern Maryland.

Never outdoors without a camera in hand, she began censusing the butterflies that occurred in her home county and produced a butterfly checklist for the nature park where she was a volunteer.

Her interests expanded to observing and photographing not only adult butterflies but learning their life histories by raising them from eggs deposited on their host plants.

She enjoys giving presentations to local birding and butterfly clubs. At the peak of her study of Eastern butterflies, she and her husband left the East Coast and now reside in southeast Arizona where she continues her love of "all things nature."

Arlene has degrees in Biological Science and Medical Technology. She is always looking for birds and butterflies to photograph whether they are in her own yard or while on world travels.

Arlene Ripley
About Arlene Ripley

Arlene Ripley, an avid birder and photographer, became fascinated with butterflies while living in Southern Maryland. Never outdoors without a camera in hand, she began censusing the butterflies that occurred in her home county and produced a butterfly checklist for the nature park where she was a volunteer. Her interests expanded to observing and photographing not only adult butterflies but learning their life histories by raising them from eggs deposited on their host plants. She enjoys giving presentations to local birding and butterfly clubs. At the peak of her study of Eastern butterflies, she and her husband left the East Coast and now reside in southeast Arizona where she continues her love of "all things nature." Arlene has degrees in Biological Science and Medical Technology. She is always looking for birds and butterflies to photograph whether they are in her own yard or while on world travels.

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