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The Butterflies of Cambridgeshire

By: Robin Field, V Perrin, L Bacon and Nick Greatorex-Davies
128 pages, colour photos
The Butterflies of Cambridgeshire
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  • The Butterflies of Cambridgeshire ISBN: 9780955434709 Paperback Dec 2006 Unavailable #165678
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Gives details of all the butterflies found within the current county boundary and Peterborough and includes distribution maps for all the current species. A chapter within the book charts the important work which took place at the Monks Wood research station in devising and running the National Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (BMS).

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By: Robin Field, V Perrin, L Bacon and Nick Greatorex-Davies
128 pages, colour photos
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