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Insects in Kansas
By Glenn A. Salsbury and Stephan C. White
Kansas Dept. of Agriculture, 2000
Cite: 7927
Pub Number: S131 of Kansas Department Of Agriculture. Spiral-bound, 523 pages, 920 photos. Recommended by a couple of different insect-watchers out there. Valuable for its very large number of color photos. Reproductions are of good quality, though a little small in some cases. Good, but brief, life-history information. Coverage of different orders is extensive--many rather tiny and obscure insects are covered as well as large, showy species and those of economic importance.


Ordering information at: this page (updated 2/4/2011). They don't take on-line orders (how quaint!), but do take orders by phone, e-mail, or snail mail:

To order…
call (785) 532-5830
e-mail orderpub@ksre.ksu.edu
write:
Insects in Kansas
Kansas State University
Department of Communications
24 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-3402

Insects in Kansas
Just a note. The quickest way to order is to call them(not toll free) and order the book.
It is $25 delivered and they will send you the book right away with an invoice which you return to them with the money.
Charles

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