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Stick Insects of the Continental United States and Canada
By Chad Arment
Coachwhip Publications, 2006
ISBN: 1930585233
Cite: 93751 with citation markup [cite:93751]
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Insect collectors, breeders, photographers, and other nature hobbyists will find this book useful when searching for the walkingsticks of North America. The masterful camouflage of stick insects intrigues anyone who is fortunate to find and recognize one in the field. This guide provides data on known regions of inhabitation, host plant preferences, and characters to distinguish the various species. Also included are reprints of classic entomological studies on our native stick insects: systematics, natural history, and behavior.

Arment, C. 2005. Stick Insects of the Continental United States and Canada: Species and Early Studies. Coachwhip Publications, Landisville, PA. 202 pp.

How do I add a book?
I added one to a forum chain (the Invasive species article) because that is what the subject of the book is. I was hoping to be able to use it to refer to on this site.
Here is the text from my posting at the article:

I didn't know where to put this...I just bought this book called Invasive Species in the Pacific Northwest, edited by P. D. Boersma, S. H. Reichard, & A. N. Van Buren.
It has a lot of history that is relevant to, in many cases North America in general. It tells when & where the first appearances or introductions of the different species occurred, etc.

2006, by the University of Washington Press
ISBN 0-295-988596-8

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