New Zealand Moths and Butterflies
by G. V. Hudson
Publisher: West, Newman & Co. 1898
Number of pages: 179
The present work is intended as a guide to those who desire to collect or study our native Lepidoptera, and also as a book of reference to the general reader. With a few exceptions this book only treats of what are, for the sake of convenience, termed the Macro-Lepidoptera.
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