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Species Olethreutes sericoranum - Hodges#2810

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John Shaw's Closeups in Nature
By John Shaw
Amphoto Books, 1987
A book by noted nature photographer, John Shaw, about the techniques and equipment related to producing closeup photos of natural subjects. Many of the examples include stunning images of insects and the information revealed in the book is useful for anyone who is serious about bug photography. There is extensive discussion on the basics of closeup photography and plenty of information about ways of achieving excellent magnification. Highly recommended.

How to Photograph Insects and Spiders
By Larry West, Julie Ridl
Stackpole Books, 1994
As the title suggests, this book contains information about the techniques and equipment used by professional nature photographer, Larry West, in taking pictures of insects and spiders. Contains many lovely images and valuable information for beginning photographers who use SLR cameras.

The Book of Field and Roadside: Open-Country Weeds, Trees, and Wildflowers of Eastern North America
By John Eastman, Amelia Hansen
Stackpole Books, 2003
A book on North American plant ecology for the amateur naturalist. Has extensive discussion of insect associates. Good illustrations of galls, feeding damage, and the like. Third in a trilogy: The Books of... Forest and Thicket, Swamp and Bog, Field and Roadside. This one covers plants of eastern meadows and fields.

The Book of Swamp and Bog: Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of the Eastern Freshwater Wetlands
By John Eastman, Amelia Hansen
Stackpole Books, 1995
A book on North American plant ecology for the amateur naturalist. Has extensive discussion of insect associates. Has some illustrations of galls, feeding damage, and the like. Second in a trilogy: The Books of... Forest and Thicket, Swamp and Bog, Field and Roadside. This one covers plants of eastern freshwater wetlands.

The Book of Forest and Thicket: Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of Eastern North America
By John Eastman, Amelia Hansen
Stackpole Books, 1992
A book on North American plant ecology for the amateur naturalist. Has extensive discussion of insect associates. Good illustrations of galls, feeding damage, and the like. First in a trilogy: The Books of... Forest and Thicket, Swamp and Bog, Field and Roadside. This one covers plants of the eastern deciduous and coniferous forests.

Guide to Aquatic Invertebrates of the Upper Midwest
By University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota, 2004
See this info page. (Link updated 6/22/15.)
Some material available on line--try a web search.

Tiger Beetles of West Virginia
By Thomas J. Allen and Robert E. Acciavatti
West Virginia Department of Natural Resources, 2002
At 31 pages, this may be the most slender book listed in Bug Guide. Still, it has a state checklist for West Virginia, some nice photos of the kinds of habitat liked by different Tiger Beetles, a two-page spread picturing small photos of all twenty West Virginia species, and a description of each species (with larger photo). Available by writing or emailing the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division.

Insects of the Texas Lost Pines (W.L. Moody, Jr., Natural History Series, No. 33)
By Stephen W. Taber, Scott B. Fleenor
M University Press, 2003
Looks very thorough, with substantial life history information. Covers spiders, millipedes, etc., as well as insects.
Web site has table of contents, and part of a chapter, on neuroptera, available as:
PDF file.

ISBN's, price: 1-58544-235-6 cloth $50.00, 1-58544-236-4 paper $24.95

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