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The Moths of South Africa, Volume 2 (1933-1935) : Geometridae (Concluded)

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Series: The Moths of South Africa Volume: 2
By: AJT Janse(Author)
478 pages, 15 plates with b/w photos; 129 b/w line drawings
The Moths of South Africa, Volume 2 (1933-1935) : Geometridae (Concluded)
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This volume concludes the family Geometridce and the subject has been dealt with in the same manner as was done in volume 1. As before, all anatomical details have been figured and described whenever material was available, while every precaution has been taken to make the determination as correct as possible.

at the end of this volume the author gives, as an appendix, an alphabetic enumeration and description of the localities from which material wac collected by himself and others. It was thought that the mere mentioning of the locality gives a too imperfect picture of the surroundings of the species concerned, even if the topographical information unknown or imperfectly known.

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Identification Key Monograph
Series: The Moths of South Africa Volume: 2
By: AJT Janse(Author)
478 pages, 15 plates with b/w photos; 129 b/w line drawings
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