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By: Andrew Wood(Author)
266 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps, colour maps
Butterflies of Hertfordshire and Middlesex is copiously illustrated with colour photographs taken in the two counties, and provides the first in-depth account of butterflies found in this area for almost 30 years.
The book includes present-day and historic distribution maps for all 34 resident and migrant species recorded in recent years, together with an analysis of trend data. It also provides an expert evaluation of changing rural and urban landscapes and their impact on butterfly populations since the 1980s. Descriptions of more than 50 publicly accessible ‘top spots’ for butterflies are accompanied by maps and other information on visiting them.
Everyone interested in seeing and appreciating butterflies in Hertfordshire and Middlesex – or in understanding their ecology at a time of significant habitat and climatic change – will want to own this attractive and scientifically important book.
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