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Colour Identification Guide To The Moths Of The British Isles

the natural history of moths mark young

Also looks at moth conservation. Since the publication of the second edition very significant changes in behaviour and distribution, perhaps associated with climate change, have made it desirable to update much of the basic text. The last twenty-five years since the publication of the first edition have seen a steady increase in our knowledge of British macro moths, their distribution, history and habits, and this new edition will bring to both the new and experienced student of the group, the latest overview of current status of resident, immigrant and historical records. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. Please click button to get colour identification guide to the moths of the british isles book now. All specimens are photographed in natural situations upon the relevant foodplants, including many varieties indigenous to continental Europe.

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The natural history of moths

the natural history of moths mark young

Their interactions with host plants, their anti-predator responses, and the threats arising from the degradation of natural habitats are all explored in this beautifully illustrated text. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Never before have so many superb colour photographs of Lepidoptera been brought together in a book. Uniting the results of amateur study with the latest scientific research to paint a broad picture of all aspects of moth biology and ecology, this text uses many examples from the moth faunas of Britain and Europe to shed light on what is largely a neglected group. The carefully chosen selection represents all insect groups, with a bias towards the more prominent species, so that all the butterflies, grasshoppers, crickets, damselflies and dragonflies occurring in Britain have been included. The breeding, feeding, distribution, and life-history ecology of moths are described as well as the more specialized aspects of their behavior.

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Books about Butterflies & Moths

the natural history of moths mark young

Also looks at moth conservation. An almost mint hardback copy in an almost mint dust-wrapper. Moths are illustrated in their natural resting postures, and there are also paintings of different forms, underwings and other details to help with identification. The breeding, feeding, distribution, and life-history ecology of moths are described as well as the more specialist aspects of their biology such as the behaviours associated with pheromone attraction of mates, their interactions with host plants and anti-predator responses. Dust Jacket Condition: As New.

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The Natural History of Moths by Mark Young

the natural history of moths mark young

Uses many examples from the moth faunas of Britain and Europe. The implications of this for conservation is controversial and this is debated in a lively way in many of the chapters. Catching and studying moths -- Ch. The breeding, feeding, distribution, and life-history ecology of moths are described as well as the more specialist aspects of their biology such as the behaviours associated with pheromone attraction of mates, their interactions with host plants and anti-predator responses. Yet, for most naturalists, they remain a little known and neglected group. The Natural History of Moths unites the results of amateur study with the latest scientific research to paint a broad picture of all aspects of moth biology and ecology. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.

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The natural history of moths (Book, 1997) [rmworthantiques.com]

the natural history of moths mark young

Information is included on life histories, habits, seasonal occurrence, geographical distribution and host-plants. The text descriptions of all other species Â? Their interactions with host plants, their anti-predator responses, and the threats arising from the degradation of natural habitats are also all explored in this illustrated text. Yet for most naturalists they remain a little known and neglected group. Over 1600 specimens are illustrated, showing all species, races and better-known forms of the moth. Ford's 1955 New Naturalist volume has the biology and ecology of moths been treated in a popular book. Though the book illustrates British species, it is most valuable for lepidopterists all over Europe and especially in North and Central Europe. The book illustrates over 850 different species, or about 95% of resident, extinct, regular or irregular immigrant species to the British Isles.

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Colour Identification Guide To The Moths Of The British Isles

the natural history of moths mark young

He draws together the results of amateur study and the latest scientific research to paint a broad picture of all aspects of moth biology and ecology, brought to life with many fascinating examples from the moth faunas of Britain and abroad. The book should appeal to anyone with an interest in European Macrolepidoptera. Book is in Used-Good condition. The E-mail message field is required. Pages and cover are clean and intact. The breeding, feeding, distribution, and life-history ecology of moths are described as well as the more specialized aspects of their behavior. A fine hardback in fine dw.

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The natural history of moths

the natural history of moths mark young

He draws together the results of amateur study and the latest scientific research to paint a broad picture of all aspects of moth biology and ecology, brought to life with many fascinating examples from the moth faunas of Britain and abroad. This work paints a broad picture of moth biology and ecology. Life cycles and hibernation -- Ch. Their interactions with host plants, their anti-predator responses, and the threats arising from the degradation of natural habitats are also all explored in this illustrated text. There is also a check list of the British Pyralidae. Over 700 colour photographs show the species in their natural habitats, and around 100 line-drawings clearly show important features, enabling accurate identification. The price may be the seller's own price elsewhere or another seller's price.

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The Natural History of Moths by Mark Young (Hardback, 1996) for sale online

the natural history of moths mark young

. The E-mail message field is required. New descriptions and illustrations have been included for species that have been newly recorded in Britain and Ireland since the last edition of the guide was published. What does this price mean? All 208 species are clearly described in the text and all are illustrated photographically in the 272 figures on the colour plates, showing sexual dimorphism and different colour forms. The breeding, feeding, distribution and life-history and ecology of moths are described as well as the more specialized aspects of their behaviour. Moth predators and population dynamics -- Ch.

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The Natural History of Moths by Young, M.

the natural history of moths mark young

This work has received unreserved support from the best and most competent entomologists. Dispersal and migration of moths -- Ch. Many of the species have never been illustrated as caterpillars before, either by artwork or by photography. The 'off' amount and percentage signifies the calculated difference between the seller's price for the item elsewhere and the seller's price on eBay. First Edition - may be Reissue. Plants as food for moths -- Ch.

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The Natural History of Moths. (eBook, 2010) [rmworthantiques.com]

the natural history of moths mark young

Contents: Cover; Dedication; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Colour Plates; Preface; Chapter 1 -- An introduction to moths; Chapter 2 -- The origins and distribution of Britain's moths; Chapter 3 -- Dispersal and migration of moths; Chapter 4 -- Life cycles and hibernation; Chapter 5 -- Plants as food for moths; Chapter 6 -- Plant defence against larvae; Chapter 7 -- The mating behaviour of moths and the use of pheromones in the control of moth pests; Chapter 8 -- Moth predators and population dynamics; Chapter 9 -- Catching and studying moths; Chapter 10 -- Conservation of moths; References. Yet, for most naturalists, they remain a little known and neglected group. This is the price excluding postage a seller has provided at which the same item, or one that is very similar to it, is being offered for sale or has been offered for sale in the recent past. Their interactions with host plants, their anti-predator responses, and the threats arising from the degradation of natural habitats are also all explored in this illustrated text. Octavo, colour photographs, text illustrations, maps, fine copy in dustwrapper. Ford's 1955 New Naturalist volume has the biology and ecology of moths been treated in a popular book.

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