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Genus Leptus

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Monster Bugs
By Lucille Recht Penner
Random House , 1996
A good book for young kids to read about bugs.
Note this is not a field guide.

Wikipedia
Wikipedia is growing to be a good information source for insects and their like. I'm thinking having this "book" will make it easier to reference citations on guide pages, much like BOLD Systems and Moth Photographer Group

Biological control programmes in Canada, 1981-2000
By Mason P.G., Huber J.T. (Eds.)
CABI, Technology & Engineering. 583 pp., 2002

Field guide to urban wildlife: Common animals of cities & suburbs
By Feinstein J.
Stackpole Books. 454 pp., 2011

Insect and related pests of shrubs: some important, common and potential pests in Southeastern United States
By Baker J.R. (ed.)
North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service. 199 pp., 1984

Soil Biology Guide
By Daniel Dindal, ed.
Wiley-Interscience, 1990
This valuable tome contains wonderfully illustrated taxonomic keys and biological synopses for a large range of terrestrial and soil-dwelling organisms oft overlooked (both scientifically and literally); covering not only insects but bacteria, annelids, gastropods, tardigrades, arachnids, myriapods, isopods, etc. with a focus on North America. With a total of over 50 contributing authors, each of the 43 chapters covers a different group of organisms.

The Diversity of Life
By Edward O. Wilson
Belknap, 1992

Ecology and classification of North American freshwater invertebrates. 3rd ed.
By Thorp J., Covich A. (eds.)
Academic Press. 1021 pp., 2009
Contents

Arthropods treated in chapters 15 through 22, which probably should be added as separate entries

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