By: TR New
248 pages, 29 line illus, figs, tabs, maps
Butterfly populations the world over are under serious threat, with many in serious decline. This important book, fully updated and revised, provides a broad survey of the emerging science of butterfly conservation, using examples from several countries. The author illustrates how attempts are now in progress to conserve particular butterfly species, local assemblages and entire faunas. It includes much practical advice, including a section on butterfly gardening.
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