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Pyraloidea of Central Europe / Pyraloidea Mitteleuropas Identification, Distribution, Habitat, Biology / Bestimmung, Verbreitung, Habitat, Bionomie

Flora / Fauna Distribution Atlas
By: František Slamka(Author)
176 pages, 12 plates with 669 colour photos, 53 plates with 940 b/w line drawings; 2 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Frantisek Slamka
Pyraloidea of Central Europe / Pyraloidea Mitteleuropas
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Language: Bilingual in English and German

This atlas comprises the description and photographs of 403 species of the Superfamily Pyraloidea known or recorded from Central Europe (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary). Their occurrence has also been noted in Romania and Western Ukraine. The entry for each species includes information on the geographical distribution and habitats of the moths, the ecology of the caterpillar and further points of interest. The text is supplemented with 53 plates showing some 940 pen-and-ink drawings and 12 colour plates with 669 illustrated life-size specimens of moths.

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Flora / Fauna Distribution Atlas
By: František Slamka(Author)
176 pages, 12 plates with 669 colour photos, 53 plates with 940 b/w line drawings; 2 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Frantisek Slamka
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