by Roy Leverton
2001, 276 pages, 150 color photos of living moths (including immature stages), 25 b/w illustrations. Focuses on British distribution and species, but much of the material is applicable worldwide, especially the sections on general information and rearing techniques. This book may be considered a replacement for the classic work on rearing by Villard (now out-of-print). Includes general introduction to moths and describes physical characteristics, U.K. distribution and identification, finding moths day or night, use of lures and traps, caterpillars, breeding, photography, scientific presentations, and conservation. Hardcover; 7-1/2 x 10″.
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