& Amazonia Books
Four beautifully illustrated books with the common theme of butterflies and tropical forests are now being launched together on the initiative of Redfern Natural History Productions.
Buy all 4 books together and get free shipping in the UK. Use code: 4BOOKSFREESHIPPING
Three new hardbacks, and one limited edition, limited stock, folding soft cover Butterfly book.
About Our Books
The aim is to draw as much attention as possible to the beauty of butterflies and moths, particularly those that inhabit the tropical forests that are under growing threat from the effects of climate change, and forest clearance
Vicar of the Amazon
Miles Moss went to Peru in 1907 and from 1912 to 1945 was the Anglican Chaplain of the largest parish in the world, one that encompassed the whole of the Amazon basin from Iquitos in Peru to the Atlantic; an area roughly 3,000 miles long and 800 miles wide, amounting to about one quarter of the South American continent.
The Amazon Forest in Black & White
This book is about the biology and situation of the Amazon rainforest. It is illustrated by the 250 black and white photos taken by Ghillean Prance during the course of his many expeditions to the Amazon region.
Seeing Butterflies, New Perspectives on Colour, Patterns & Mimicry
A book that enables you to see butterflies and moths with new eyes, revealing the reasons for the colours and designs on their wings.
This book develops and extends the author’s views about the evolution and defensive aspects of mimicry in butterflies and moths set out in ‘Seeing Butterflies’; focussing on some of the most incredible insect mimicry that exists in tropical forests throughout the world.
Letter to Neath Mechanics institute, written in 1948 after A R Wallace had been nine months in Brazil
Taking Pre-Orders Now: expected shipping in June 2022.