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Les Guides des Papillons du Quebec
By Louis Handfield
Broquet, 1999
ISBN: 2-89000-487-2 (v.2)
Cite: 15043
Go to books, page 2 of Nature on their webpage.
This book is in French but scientific names of insects and food plants are universal.
The BEST book for moth identification for NE NA. Just about every macromoth is illustrated by colour photos. 1450 species illustrated in colour - wow! 982 pages of text - wow! 122 colour plates - more wow!
http://www.broquet.qc.ca

Two versions
Looks like there's a popular version and a scientific version, so be careful choosing. Based on the page count Tony mentioned, he must have the scientific version.

Any thoughts on how useful this would be for the Southeast, Tony?

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