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Field Guide to Butterflies of the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento Valley Regions (Anglais) Broché – 22 juin 2007

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HASH(0x95295204) étoiles sur 5 Fabulous detail while down to earth 21 mai 2007
Par David P. Shaw - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Best known for his prolific hard science publications on butteflies, Arthur M. Shapiro helps lead an elite branch of 21st century scientists and critical thinkers studying butterfly biology. With increasing genetic and biological sophistication they study what constitutes a species, the complex relationships between different butterfly populations, the unusual evolutionarily conserved reactions in butterfly phenotype to cooler and warmer weather, and all sorts of esoteric, peer journal debated theory in butterfly biology............but not here.
Instead, I was delighted to find a very accessable, well written, good natured and often humorous field guide, to the butterflies of the bay area, written by this scientist.
The treatment of individual species is stunningly detailed, and the plates illustrating the species are just fine, and logically organized (e.g the blue copper is with similar looking blues for comparison, rather than the coppers).
In addition, all sorts of useful specific information about finding butterflies, rearing larvae, butterfly gardening, and things to do with butterflies is layed out in the tightly written text.
As might be expected for a veteran UC Davis thesis professor, Arthur M. Shapiro does touch on big emerging or ongoing debates in butterfly biology, but in an easy introductory way, without the traditional academic qualification of every aspect of every point proposed. These debates can be quite interesting, too. A troubling trend toward declining California butterfly numbers is examined in some detail.
Overall this book is a masterpiece, which colorfully details countless discoveries in butterfly natural history. It's a real joy to read. I definitely recommend it.
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HASH(0x95295450) étoiles sur 5 Shapiro on butterflies 10 novembre 2007
Par Peter F. Brussard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Professor Art Shapiro has studied the ecology and evolution of butterflies in the area around Davis, CA, for more than 30 years. This book is not only an excellent field guide, but it also contains a career-full of natural history observations, not only on butterflies, but also on the rest of central California's natural world.
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HASH(0x95295414) étoiles sur 5 This is a 5 star book all the way!! 28 mai 2011
Par David Marks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is THE bible on butterflies in and of Northern California (particularly of the entire Sacramento Valley and the foothills around the valley), and it is not only superbly written, and detailed, but it is also the most informative book on butterflies (in general) that I've ever seen!

There is no way, NO WAY, that I can believe that the person giving this a "one star" rating could ever have actually read this book. Or perhaps that reviewer has some kind of a grudge against the author for some reason. I've never seen such a low rating for such an exquisite, beautiful nature book.

I've bought multiple copies already and I would never do that unless the book in question was world-class....I hope you trust my comments, because this book is a gem!
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HASH(0x95295708) étoiles sur 5 Excellent even for a beginner 17 janvier 2014
Par Sophie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I agree with another reviewer who couldn't believe there was a one star review for this book! Compared to the other guides from UC press that I have checked out so far (only a few), this one is the most entertaining, fascinating, and useful. The 79 page introduction is a fabulous overview of butterfly life cycles and behavior with lots of great examples. So many questions have been answered for me! Actually, one aspect of this book I especially enjoyed was how Shapiro points out all the unanswered questions and gaps in the research literature, bringing to light the workings of butterfly science rather just a bunch of dry facts. A non-biologist will need to make use of the glossary, but it remains totally accessible for the general reader. The field guide section includes nice illustrations and wonderful, detailed species accounts. There is also a short section on butterflying in the field and gardening. I wish there were other guides on our local flora and fauna that were this good!

I am worried about the effects of the current, ongoing drought on butterflies (and plants); I am sure Professor Shapiro is observing the situation; It would be great to hear his thoughts!
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HASH(0x95295c0c) étoiles sur 5 Excellent guide book 27 août 2011
Par calyptephile - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've used a number of similar guides for central California and this one is by far the best. Very usable and the illustrations are very clear.
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