A Field Guide to the Butterflies of North America, East of the Great PlainsBy Alexander B. Klots
Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. xvi + 349 pp., 1951
Published only a few years after the Lepidopterists' Society formed (1947), this field guide contained the first published reports of a number of new U.S. records.
Klots, A.B. 1951. A Field Guide to the Butterflies of North America, East of the Great Plains. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston. xvi + 349 pp.
Contributed by Mike Quinn
on 7 July, 2009 - 2:17am
Genomic evidence suggests further changes of butterfly namesBy Zhang, J., Q. Cong, J. Shen, P.A. Opler, N.V. Grishin
Taxonomic Report of the International Lepidoptera Survey, 8(7): 1-41., 2020
Zhang, J., Q. Cong, J. Shen, P.A. Opler, N.V. Grishin, 2020. Genomic evidence suggests further changes of butterfly names. Taxonomic Report of the International Lepidoptera Survey, 8(7): 1-41
Contributed by Steve Nanz
on 9 June, 2022 - 1:58pm
Butterflies of Pennsylvania, a field guideBy James L. Monroe, David M. Wright
University of Pittsburgh Press
From the publishers page:
This work has all of the features that make field guides to a region's butterfly fauna useful to anyone with a serious interest in that fauna. . . . the book is a bargain and a must for anyone with an interest not just in Pennsylvania's fauna, but the northeast fauna as a whole.
News of the Lepidopterists' Society
Winner, 2017 National Outdoor Book Award
Though I am in the southeast, I own this field guide and find it very useful - Roy Cohutta Brown.
Butterflies of Oregon, Their Taxonomy, Distribution, and BiologyBy Andrew D. Warren
C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity, Dept. of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University, 2005
Book / paper is referenced extensively by other authors (Pyle, James, Nunnallee, etc.)
in their butterfly books about Cascadia / Pacific Northwest.
Contributed by Roy Cohutta
on 10 November, 2020 - 5:42am