Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced naturalist, this guide is an ideal home and field reference. You will soon be identifying butterflies and moths in their natural habitats with this clear and concise guide. With selections of butterflies and moths native to the UK and Europe, you can be sure that wherever you are, this guide will be an invaluable companion.
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An informative series that provides, in a concise format, better understanding of animals and their habitats. Fascinating in its diversity, the natural world comes to life on the pages of these spec tacularly illustrated volumes.About the Author :
Dr Paul Sterry worked as research fellow in the Biology Department at Sussex University and owns the photo library Nature Photographers Ltd and has written more than 30 books on natural history. Paul Sterry lives in Hants. Andrew Mackay is a freelance history artist, writer and editor. He is a lifelong birdwatcher, and has contributed to many publications, including RSPB Birds of Britain and Europe. Andrew MacKay lives in Leicestershire.
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Description du livre Dorling Kindersley, U.K., 2004. Soft cover. État : New. A new book from the bookstore. A fabulous pocket guide of the butterflies and moths of Britain and Northwest Europe. A perfect guide for both beginners and for pros for a quick reference. Full of exceptional color photos , it covers the most important (300) Butterflies and moths. N° de réf. du libraire 000478