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Moths of Victoria, Part 3: Waves and Carpets and Allies – Geometroidea (C) Geometridae – Larentiinae & Sterrhinae

World / Checklist Flora / Fauna
Series: Moths of Victoria Volume: 3
By: Peter Marriott(Author)
36 pages, 500+ colour photos, includes CD-ROM
Moths of Victoria, Part 3: Waves and Carpets and Allies – Geometroidea (C)
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Part three in a series of ten to twelve which will cover the 2,000 species of Victorian moths. This part covers the Looper caterpillars which are a familiar sight on plants everywhere. Most belong to the geometrid family of moths, of which carpets and waves make up about a third. With 170 species and over 500 images, this book presents every known Victorian moth in these two groups for the first time. A CD-ROM provides over 300 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: 3
By: Peter Marriott(Author)
36 pages, 500+ colour photos, includes CD-ROM
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