Strikingly illustrates all the major moth families in Australia.
PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; What is a moth?; What is the difference between a moth and a butterfly?; What features have made moths so successful?; Why are there so many different moths?; How well do moths see?; Why are moths attracted to light?; How do moths find mates?; Can moths hear?; Why are there so many wing shapes, patterns and colours?; How long do moths live?; Why are particular moths found in some places and not others?; Have any moths become extinct?; What use are moths?; Why study moths?; IDENTIFYING THE MOTH FAMILIES; Micropterigidae; Agathiphagidae.
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