The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Insects and Spiders
Lorus Johnson Milne, Margery Lorus, National Audubon Society Staff, Lorus Milne, Margery Joan Greene Milne, National Audubon Society
Knopf, 1980 - Nature - 989 pages
The most comprehensive field guide available to the insects and spiders of North America--a must-have for any enthusiast's day pack or home library--from the go-to reference source for over 18 million nature lovers.
Featuring a durable vinyl binding and over 700 full-color identification photographs organized visually by color and shape, the National Audubon Society Field Guide to Insects and Spiders is the perfect companion for any outdoor excursion. Descriptive text includes measurements, diagnostic details, and information on habitat, range, feeding habits, sounds or songs, flight period, web construction, life cycle, behaviors, folklore, and environmental impact. An illustrated key to the insect orders and detailed drawings of the parts of insects, spiders, and butterflies supplement this extensive coverage.
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Caterpillar eats aphids, preferably aphids on alder, and other unarmored scale
insects. May–September. Ironically this butterfly was named for the Roman tyrant
Tarquin before the carnivorous habits of its caterpillars were known. The adult
Caterpillar eats grape foliage. May–August. Tiny caterpillars often line up side by
side to feed on leaves. While young they do not eat veins, but leave them as a
skeleton—hence the common name. As they grow, the caterpillars eat small
Caterpillar is mottled dark brown, twiglike, blending in with its environment.
Deciduous forests. Eastern North America, west to Arizona. Caterpillar eats black
locust foliage. May–August. This moth can be quite common in areas where
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Of the three insect guides I own, I believe this one is the best. It has what I want; lots of insects, a good layout with clear pictures keyed to the page the text is on, more text on the insect than ... Read full review