natural history of British moths

accurately delineating every known species, with the English as well as scientific names, accompanied by full descriptions, date of appearance, lists of the localities they haunt, their food in the caterpillar state, and other features of their habits andmodes of existence by F. O Morris

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Each plate accompanied by guard sheet.

Statementby the Rev. F.O. Morris.
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