By: John Wacher, John Worth and Adrian Spalding
136 pages, Col photos, figs, maps
Opening with a preface by Jeremy Thomas, Vice-President of Butterfly Conservation, the preliminary chapters set the scene, describing the Cornish environment and the history of butterfly conservation and monitoring in the county. Informative accounts of all species ever recorded in Cornwall are accompanied by distribution maps and flight-period graphs. Many rich colour photographs capture Cornish butterflies in their natural habitat, providing a complement to the detailed descriptions of the text. A chapter on the butterflies of the Isles of Scilly and another on where best to see them on the mainland, a comprehensive bibliography and a gazetteer complete the book.
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