By: Malcolm J Scoble
415 pages, Col & b/w plates, 44 line figs
Details the structure and function, environmental significance and diversity of the Lepidoptera. Part I reviews the main body parts, whilst Part II discusses the environmental significance in terms of larvae as herbivores and as prey. In Part III, the author gives a global conspectus on the Lepidoptera.
`...an excellent source of information, for the general entomologist and the interested layperson' - Bulletin of Entomological Research
From reviews of the hardback edition: ...an excellent source of information, for the general entomologist and the interested layperson. Bulletin of Entomological Research'In all respects it is a welcome addition to the available literature on the lepidoptera.' The Entomologists Records '...a major contribution to lepidopterological literature. Oedippus'
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