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It is fantastic!,
This review is from: A Comprehensive Guide to Insects of Britain and Ireland (Flexibound)
I am utterly delighted to have received my cooy of this stunning book. Truly the most comprehensive, beautiful and accessible insect guide I have ever laid eyes on, and a worthy successor to Insects of the New Forest (which already delivered far more than the title suggested). This new book covers more than 2,100 species, many of which have never been featured before in a guide of this type, illustrated by over 2,700 photos and 2,000 maps. The 104 dazzlingly colourful pages of beetles include, for example, 35 photos of ladybirds; there are 82 pages of ants, bees and wasps; and even a page for lice and book lice. What a labour of love this must have been! The author/photographer and publisher are to be congratulated heartily.
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Initial post: 16 Jul 2014 19:46:26 BDT
Martyn King says:
Could someone tell me if this book contains information about butterflies and moths, please?
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Jul 2014 20:44:49 BDT
J. Taylor says:
I would imagine it does - there's one on the cover and they are insects!
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