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The Moths of Hertfordshire The History, Status, Distribution and Phenology of the Micro and Macro-Lepidoptera of a South-Eastern English County

Flora / Fauna
By: Colin W Plant
544 pages, Col photos, tabs, maps
The Moths of Hertfordshire
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Full colour throughout with photographs of many species, covering all 1548 species of micro- and macro-moths ever recorded in Hertfordshire, with 1428 distribution maps and 595 standard week adult flight charts. Introductory sections cover history, geology and habitats and a contributed chapter on the long term moth studies at Rothamsted. Final chapters give an overview of Hertfordshire's moth fauna, assess conservation management needs, present a Red List for Hertfordshire moths and recommend species to be included in Hertfordshire's Biodiversity Action Plan process.

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Flora / Fauna
By: Colin W Plant
544 pages, Col photos, tabs, maps
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