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The young observer's book of Australian butterflies / Courtenay N. Smithers ; illustrated by Kay Breeden Williams ; in association with the Australian Museum
Bib ID 1582331
Format BookBook
Author
Smithers, C. N. (Courtenay Neville), 1925-
 
Description Sydney : Methuen Australia, 1982 
48 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0454002947
Series

Young observer's book

Notes

Includes index.

Subjects Butterflies. Australia. For children  |  Butterflies -- Australia -- Juvenile literature.
Other authors/contributors Williams, Kay Breeden  |  Australian Museum
Also Titled

Australian butterflies

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