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Species Heliopetes ericetorum - Northern White-Skipper - Hodges#3971

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Butterflies Through Binoculars: The West : A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Western North America (Butterflies and Others Thr
By Jeffrey Glassberg
Oxford University Press, 2001

Butterflies of the East Coast : An Observer's Guide
By Rick Cech, Guy Tudor
Princeton University Press, 2005
This is a work of art, with in depth details on all the butterflies from Maine to Florida. It's a must have for butterfly enthusiasts.

This book is the best butterfly book out there, with 8.5" x 11" pages, good size high quality photos of the butterflies dorsal and ventral, foodplant pictures and some caterpillar pics, taken by Rick. Then there's a full page text on each butterfly, telling a story about each one, then a detailed identification, habitat, hostplants, occurance, and ecology, not to mention range maps of the east coast.

California Butterflies (California Natural History Guides (Paperback))
By John S. Garth, J.W. Tilden
University of California Press, 1988
Detailed reference on distribution and ecology in California.

Florida Butterfly Caterpillars And Their Host Plants
By Marc C. Minno, JERRY F. BUTLER, DONALD W. HALL
University Press Florida, 2005
A useful and innovative work that combines a field guide to the caterpillars with a field guide to their host plants. Host plant pictures are in general hard to come by, especially in a single volume, since they don't fall under a general group such as Wildflowers or Trees, and many are not particularly showy. About 100 pages of this 300+ page volume are devoted to the plants, 150 pages to the caterpillars, the remainder covers natural history information about this oft-neglected (not to say despised) stage of the lepidopteran life cycle. Only a few adult butterfly pictures appear, in the general introduction, but as we know those have been widely published elsewhere.

Butterflies of Florida Field Guide (Our Nature Field Guides)
By Jaret C. Daniels
Adventure Publications, 2003
One of a growing series of state-by-state butterfly guides by Dr. Daniels, who is currently based at the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity in Gainesville, FL (UF). Pocket-sized for easy field use, this handy guide includes larval images for most of the 102 pictured species. The guide is organized by color, which is useful for the novice but may be a little frustrating for the more experienced, as closely related species appear widely spaced in the guide.

Butterflies of North Dakota: An Atlas and Guide (Science Monograph (Minot State University).)
By Ron Royer
Minot State University, 2003
Wild photos by yours truly.

You can order directly from the Minot State University book store. Here's a link for info and an order form: http://cmsc.minotstateu.edu/science%20ed/Butterflybook.html

Butterflies Of Ohio Field Guide
By Jaret C. Daniels
Adventure Publications, 2004
Similar books by the same author have been published for different states. My thoughts are generally the same as Troy's in his review of the Georgia version.

This is a very handy and easily used reference guide, and contains a wealth of information for it's small size.

Butterflies
Quantum Publishing Ltd., 2004
I usually see copies of this book in the bargain section of chain bookstores. It appears to be an inexpensively published book, but it does provide info for a variety of butterflies from around the world. Many of the photos/illustrations are not very great, though only costing a few dollars, it does seem to be an ok value. Over 300 pages.

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