Thursday, 27 February 2020

Fame at last......

Last year I was fortunate enough to be contacted by the Natural History Museum about them using one of my photos in an upcoming publication (pictured below). My complimentary copy arrived a couple of days ago. It contains many photos of moths from every corner of the globe and the text covers all aspects of moths, it's generally quite technical which is good and will take quite a while to read through. It should be a reference book to keep going back to and would make a nice birthday/Christmas present at £17.00.


Who knew there were tear-drinking moths....

And don't even get me started on exotic bagworms...…..

5 comments:

AndyC said...

Fantastic ..what went in..Dahlica lichenella...??

David Sutcliffe said...

Great work Charlie. Book looks good as well.

Edward Evans said...

Very good book, rather interesting. Tear drinking moths as geometries,erebids and notodontids!

charlie streets said...

Yes Andy it was. Quite surreal reading such an authoritative worldwide publication and seeing my photo in amongst - well chuffed :-)

AndyC said...

Amazing series of photo's , those Dahlica lichenella and a life history which is hard to get your head round..Great effort