It is a well-produced hardback of some 526 pages and covers all species, both macro and micro. There are some interesting introductory chapters followed by species accounts with maps and phenology for most species (excluding only the poorly recorded micros I believe). Status is based on data from 1990 to 2006 and historic notes are provided. The area covered is Bristol with adjacent parts of VC6 (North Somerset) and VC34 (West Gloucestershire).
The authors are to be congratulated - this is a welcome addition to our local knowledge.
Moths of the Bristol Region by Ray Barnett, Richard Andrews, Mike Bailey, Tim Corner, Rupert Higgins and John Martin. BRERC, 2008. ISBN 978-0-9545235-1-0.
I picked up my copy from Pemberley Books for £29.95.