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Unfinished Business A Supplement of the Lepidoptera of the Orkney Islands

By: RI Lorimer
78 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: E W Classey
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  • Unfinished Business ISBN: 9780860960263 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Based on a text left by Ian Lorimer which forms a supplement to hisThe Lepidoptera of the Orkney Islands (1983) containing additions, addenda and corrigenda with hints for collecting in the islands and suggestions for further work. It also contains an invaluable annotated list of species recorded from Sutherland and Caithness but not yet from Orkney.

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By: RI Lorimer
78 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: E W Classey
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