2 edition of Flies in the Yorkshire Museum found in the catalog.
Flies in the Yorkshire Museum
|Statement||by Andrew Grayson.|
|LC Classifications||QL534.2 .G735 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||95151970|
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at Pemberley Books. Britain's Birds: An Identification Guide to the Birds of Britain and Ireland Type: Paperback Author Flies are everywhere.
They're in our homes, beneath of the streets of our cities, and even in the frozen depths of lakes. There are some 17 million flies for each and every one of us on the planet and some 24 species that feed on wombat dung alone.
And yet, despite their great number and great geographic spread, the world of the fly is relatively unknown. There are an estimated CONTENTS. PAGES. INSCRIPTION PREFACE i CHAPTERI.(Introductory) 15 DESCRIPTIONSOFTHEFLIES 22to40 CHAPTERII,(BustardFishingandMinnowSpinning)41 CHAPTERIII This book was written in the UK, and just recently available in the US.
Author has been to the US, and has fished them, and Flies in the Yorkshire Museum book fish. There is so much more to this book, and for the avid soft hackle tier, this is a must have, and an excellent read.
Author also has an active blog, and face book :// in the Fairfax Room at the Yorkshire Museum, 3pm – pm, on 11 May at York Art Gallery, 3pm – pm, on 8 June Please feel free to come along to any or all of the sessions, and don’t worry if you don’t finish the book, or don’t like it: we start with the book, but the discussion can literally end up anywhere – or any time.
The Yorkshire Museum is currently closed for the time being. Admission. YMT Card Holder FREE Adult (with 10% Gift Aid Donation) £ Adult (without donation) £ Child (16 and under*) FREE with a paying adult – please note this will change from 23/9/find out more here Student/Young Person** £ York Resident (with 10% Gift Aid Donation)*** £ THE MUSEUM OPENING HOURS ARE AM TO PM DURING BRITISH WINTER TIME (Nov to March) AND AM TO PM DURING BRITISH SUMMERTIME (Apr to Oct).
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