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Moths of Thailand, Volume 5: Notodontidae

World / Checklist Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Thailand Volume: 5
By: Alexander Schintlmeister(Author), Amnuay Pinratana(Author)
320 pages, 45 colour plates with colour photos; 195 b/w photos, 13 b/w distribution maps, 1 b/w map
Moths of Thailand, Volume 5: Notodontidae
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  • Moths of Thailand, Volume 5: Notodontidae ISBN: 9789748814940 Hardback Jan 2007 In stock
    £110.00
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Based on the collection of Bro. Amnuay Pinratana, this book describes 285 species of the moth family Notodontidae from Thailand.

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World / Checklist Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Thailand Volume: 5
By: Alexander Schintlmeister(Author), Amnuay Pinratana(Author)
320 pages, 45 colour plates with colour photos; 195 b/w photos, 13 b/w distribution maps, 1 b/w map
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