Book review: Much Ado About Mothing: A Year Intoxicated by Britain’s Rare and Remarkable Moths

The literature (as opposed to science textbooks and field guides) on British moths is fairly scant. There was P. B. M. Allen and A Moth-hunters Gossip (1947) and its sequels. There was Enjoying Moths (2001) by Roy Leverton and, if you include moth names, my own Emperors, Admirals and Chimney Sweepers (2019). And that is