Strategy for survival: behavioural ecology of the monarch butterfly (TEFC)

United States, 1976

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Offers a look at the nature of the behavioral and ecological interactions characteristic of life and focuses on the migratory and mating behavior of the monarch butterfly as well as on its ability to take over the chemical defense system of its food. Presents naturalistic observations and also demonstrates controlled experiments.


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Harper & Row







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