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This crucial advisor to security within the box good points ninety venomous animals and greater than 250 toxic crops and fungi. The 340 line drawings make id quick and easy; one hundred sixty species also are illustrated with colour images.

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I think I knew you when we were Caterpillars. " "Lovely," she answered. "I remember you very well. " "I thought you would recall me," he said. "And when we were spinning our cocoons we visited together. " Miss Cecropia did. She had been thinking of that when she first spoke, but she hoped he had forgotten. To tell the truth, he had been rather fond of her the fall before, and she, thinking him the handsomest Caterpillar of her acquaintance, had smiled upon him and suggested that they spin their cocoons near together.

It was an exciting time when their feathers began to grow. Until then they had been clothed in down; but now the tiny quills came pricking through their skin, and it was not so pleasant to snuggle up to each other as it had once been. Now, too, the eldest of the family began to show a great fault. He was very vain. You can imagine how sorry his parents were. Every morning when he awakened he looked first of all at his feathers. Those on his breast were white, and he had a white band on his wings.

I only hope that he will make other acquaintances and leave me free. " All this time her neighbor was thinking, "I am so glad to see her again, so glad, so glad! " He was a kind, warm-hearted fellow, who cared more for friendship than for beauty or family. Meanwhile their wings were growing fast, and drying, and flattening, so that by noon they could begin to raise them above their heads. They were very large Moths and their wings were of a dark gray, with white and brick-red stripes and pink-violet tips.

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