Moths of Victoria
Part 3
GEOMETROIDEA (C)

STERRHINAE & LARENTIINAE

From hardy alpine survivors and delicate forest dwellers to adaptable urban residents

by
Peter Marriott

from
Museum Victoria
and
Entomological Society of Victoria

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Looper caterpillars are a familiar sight on plants everywhere. Most belong to the geometrid family of moths, of which carpets and waves make up about a third.

With 170 species and over 500 images, this book presents every known Victorian moth in these two groups for the first time.

Here is the essential reference 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 natural environment.

    The disk provides more than 300 additional pages with information, biology and distribution for each species.

  •     
    (updated 1 June 2014)
    Don Herbison-Evans
    (donherbisonevans@outlook.com)