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Moths of Victoria, Part 1: Silk Moths and Allies – Bombycoidea

World / Checklist Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Victoria Volume: 1
By: Peter Marriott(Author), John Landy(Foreword By)
36 pages, colour photos, includes CD-ROM
Moths of Victoria, Part 1: Silk Moths and Allies – Bombycoidea
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This is the first part in a series of ten to twelve which will cover the 2,000 species of Victorian moths. This handy sized booklet figures the 90 species of Silk moths found in Victoria, Australia (five more than in the first edition). Species are set to display front and rear wings and many species are also illustrated in natural positions. A CD-ROM provides over 180 additional pages which contain biology and distributions for each species together with checklists, identification tips and more.

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World / Checklist Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Victoria Volume: 1
By: Peter Marriott(Author), John Landy(Foreword By)
36 pages, colour photos, includes CD-ROM
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