The Secret Life of Caterpillars

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New Holland, Mar 23, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
What is a caterpillar? Ugly duckling of the insect world? Greedy grub? Caterpillars are worth far more than a shot of insecticide. For one thing, they carry inside them the blueprint for some of nature's loveliest creatures—the soft-winged moths and flighty butterflies that grace our gardens and play a major part in the health of the planet. Explore their secret world in this full illustrated book by renowned natural history author Densey Clyne.

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Densey Clyne is an Australian naturalist, photographer and writer, especially well-known for her studies of spiders and insects. She was born in Risca, Wales, United Kingdom, and moved to Australia in 1936. She lives in Wauchope, New South Wales.

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