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Enjoying Moths

Handbook / Manual Monograph Out of Print
By: Roy Leverton
276 pages, colour photos, illustrations, maps
Enjoying Moths
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  • Enjoying Moths ISBN: 9780856611247 Hardback Jul 2002 Out of Print #115927
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An excellent Poyser monograph, more in the nature of a practical manual than a descriptive treatise. Sections include: Finding moths in the daytime, and at night when they visit natural attractions such as sallow catkins and overripe blackberries; The responsible use of light traps; Successful techniques for finding and rearing caterpillars; and How to attract moths to the garden, with hints on photographic techniques.

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Handbook / Manual Monograph Out of Print
By: Roy Leverton
276 pages, colour photos, illustrations, maps
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