Author Adrian Hoskins has spent the last 25 years studying and photographing butterflies around the world, including many destinations in South and Central America, Africa, Europe and Asia. He organises and leads butterfly-watching tours to many of these fabulous regions.
Butterfly Conservation Magazine (Autumn 2016) "This lavishly illustrated book is a photographic guide to all the world's families and sub-families of butterflies...if your pleasure is browsing superb photographs of butterflies on a cold winter's evening then this is one to add to your library." Dr Sam Ellis.; Dispar: The Online Journal of Lepidoptera in assoc with ukbutterflies.co.uk (Nov 16) " In a sense this is a coffee table book - eminently browsable and gorgeously illustrated. At the price, it is worth getting for this alone. But because of its systematic completeness and impeccable research it is a serious addition to any butterfly library too. I wrote of the previous volume that it was difficult to find an argument not to buy it and the same holds true of this work, taken on its own. Should you buy both? I think they are sufficiently different to be able to recommend this but equally, as already suggested, each on its own gives a very good overview of the butterfly world." Guy Padfield.; Evergreen Magazine: "After several years travelling around the globe, Adrian Hoskins compiled 1,000 Butterflies, an illustrated guide to The World's Most Beautiful Butterflies - a lepidopterist's bible!" "This is the second book of superb butterfly photographs from Adrian Hoskins...this is a delightful book, crammed with good quality photographs of some astounding, spectacularly beautiful butterflies..." John Tennent, Atropis
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