By: H Mendel and RE Clarke
73 pages, Tabs, maps
In Britain the Elateroidea is represented by three families, and although some of the species are extremely common, in a few cases to the extent that they are recognised crop pests, a high proportion are genuinely scarce with precise habitat requirements and restricted distributions. The distribution maps and vice-county tables in this atlas correct, update and replace those in previous atlases.
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