Moths by Michael E. N. Majerus

Moths by Michael E. N. Majerus

Moths by Michael E. N. Majerus First Edition edition publish on 2002 consist of 336 pages in english version, available to download in EPUB, 20.24 MB.

Another volume in the "New Naturalist" series, this book is a comprehensive account of the diverse natural history of these fascinating and popular insects. Michael Majerus, author of the "New Naturalist" book "Ladybirds", examines all aspects of moths, from their life histories to thei ole as pests to humans. He covers thei eproduction, feeding, evolution, habitats and conservation. The book also discusses the enemies of moths, and the ways they have evolved to avoid detection, including camouflage, warning colouration, and mimicry..


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