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Moths of Europe, Volume 1 Saturnids, Lasiocampids, Hawkmoths, Tiger Moths...

Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Europe Volume: 1
By: Patrice Leraut
387 pages, 50 colour plates, b/w illustrations, distribution maps
Publisher: NAP Editions
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The first in a series of identification volumes that fill a large gap in the literature.

Covers more than 500 species from the families Arctiidae, Sphingidae, Lasiocampidae, Saturniidae, Endromidae, Lemoniidae, Bombycidae, Drepanidae, Axiidae, Limacodidae, Notodontidae, Lymantriidae, Brahmaeidae, Castniidae, Heterogynidae, Cossidae, Hepialidae, Somabrachyidae, Thyrididae and Psychidae. 3 new species are described.

All species are represented by colour photos; detailed descriptions of male and female, variations, related species, host plants and habitat, flight time, distribution and status; distribution map.

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Field / Identification Guide Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Europe Volume: 1
By: Patrice Leraut
387 pages, 50 colour plates, b/w illustrations, distribution maps
Publisher: NAP Editions
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