The Moths of the British Isles Second Series

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The Moths of the British Isles Second Series  (1909) 
by Richard South

THE MOTHS

OF THE

BRITISH ISLES

BY

RICHARD SOUTH, F.E.S.

AUTHOR OF
"THE BUTTERFLIES OF THE BRITISH ISLES"
EDITOR OF "THE ENTOMOLOGIST," ETC.

SECOND SERIES

COMPRISING

THE FAMILIES NOCTUIDÆ TO HEPIALIDÆ

WITH
ACCURATELY COLOURED FIGURES
OF EVERY SPECIES AND MANY VARIETIES
ALSO DRAWINGS OF EGGS, CATERPILLARS,
CHRYSALIDS AND FOOD-PLANTS

LONDON

FREDERICK WARNE & CO.

AND NEW YORK

1909

(All rights reserved)

PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN




A LIST OF THE
FAMILIES OF BRITISH MOTHS
described in this volume.

Preface
NOCTUIDÆ
  TRIFINÆ, 1-62
  GONOPTERINÆ, 63
  QUADRIFINÆ, 64-84
  HYPENINÆ, 85-97
BREPHIDÆ, 97-99
GEOMETRIDÆ
  GEOMETRINÆ, 99-108
  ACIDALIINÆ, 109-140
  HYDRIOMENINÆ, 141-259
  BOARMIINÆ, 259-333
ZYGÆNIDÆ, 333-344
COCHLIDIDÆ, 344-347
COSSIDÆ, 347-350
SESIIDÆ, 350-360
HEPIALIDÆ, 360-364
Index

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1932, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.