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Common Micro-Moths of Berkshire A Guide to Identification of Some Common Micro-Moths

Field / Identification Guide
By: Nick Asher(Author), Mark Calway(Introduction By)
256 pages, 950+ colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Common Micro-Moths of Berkshire
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  • Common Micro-Moths of Berkshire ISBN: 9780992698119 Edition: 2 Paperback Jul 2022 In stock
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An extensively illustrated guide to the identification of some of the common micro-moths found in Berkshire (south-east England). Whilst Common Micro-Moths of Berkshire is based on information from Berkshire, most of the species covered are common across the whole of the south of England and beyond. The second edition follows the same format as the first edition published in 2013, but now covers almost double the number of species (up from 105 to 200, plus over 200 comparison species). Also included are details of local records for similar species, distribution maps, and flight period graphs for each species.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Nick Asher(Author), Mark Calway(Introduction By)
256 pages, 950+ colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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