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A Field Guide to Insects
By Richard E. White, Donald J. Borror, Roger Tory Peterson
Houghton Mifflin Co, 1998
ISBN: 0395911702
Cite: 2851 with citation markup [cite:2851]
Representative coverage of most orders. Well illustrated: 1,300 drawings and 142 color illustrations on sixteen plates. Has some life history information and some keys.

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How can be downloaded as an e-book and

Published 1998?
My copy with the same cover & ISBN number was published in 1970...

R.E. White & D.J. Borror. 1970. A Field Guide to Insects: America North of Mexico. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. 404 pp.

I also have the 1970 edition.
I also have the 1970 edition. Has anything changed in the second edition, 1998?

Caution With Classifications
I use my Peterson for the great written descriptions and venation diagrams. Just verify current classifications as the guide is 38 years old.

HA HA HA!!! I have that with me right now!!!!

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