What makes this book outstanding are the 320 first class photographs of 155 species and 22 others that are much more realistic than with other art forms. For each of the 155 species there is a photograph,short text,distribution map,where found,when flying,size,similar species and common and scientific names. For some species there is a statement on rarity,legislative listing and UKBAP priority species. There is an excellent introduction on general matters and a chapter on micromoths. Deserves 10 stars.
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