Moths of Victoria
Part 2
Tiger Moths and Allies
NOCTUOIDEA (A)

OENOSANDRIDAE, NOTODONTIDAE, LYMANTRIIDAE, ARCTIIDAE, HERMINIIDAE, NOLIDAE.

by
Peter Marriott

from
Museum Victoria
and
Entomological Society of Victoria

Link to
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Part 2 of this unique series brings together all the Victorian moths of six families. 175 moths are included, covering Tiger Moths, Stub-moths, Tussock Moths, Tuft-moths and more.

The handy sized booklet figures every species, set to display front and rear wings. Over 70% are illustrated naturally to demonstrate diagnostic features.

The CD provides over 300 additional pages with contain biology and distribution information for each species, checklists, identification tips and more.

This is an essential resource for-

  • Anyone seeking to identify the moths around their homes and countryside.
  • Naturalists, students and scientists.
  • Land care and 'Friends' groups.
  • Organisations working with the environment.
  •     
    (updated 1 June 2014)
    Don Herbison-Evans
    (donherbisonevans@outlook.com)