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By: David CG Brown
382 pages, 24 colour plates, distribution maps, figures, tables
Warwickshire boasts a list of almost 600 species of moth. Its central location means that the ranges of some northern and southern species overlap and county contains a wide variety of natural habitats that are home to a surprising variety of species.
David Brown has been county recorder for the larger moths in Warwickshire since 1971. This lavishly illustrated book is a synthesis of historical and modern data, spanning more than 150 years. It highlights trends that are of national as well as local significance.
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