MOTHS OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA
Series of atlases details distributional occurrence of moths in the region. Provides in an expedient manner a draft synthesis of distributional status of as many moth families as possible. Records have been gleaned from historical and recent literature, and from private and institutional collections. Four parts are currently available. Plastic covers, spiral binding; 8-1/2 x 11″.
1. Distribution of Saturniidae of Western North America, by Richard S. Peigler & Paul A. Opler, 1993. Includes 17 pages of county-by-county distribution maps, 4 maps per page.
2. Distribution of Sphingidae of Western North America, revised, by Michael J. Smith, 1995. Includes color photos and 27 pages of county-by-county distribution maps, 4 maps per page.
3A. Arctiidae of Western North America, Part 1. Text, Maps, and References, by Douglas C. Ferguson, et al., 2000. Provides 143 pages of county-by-county distribution maps. Includes introduction to the family, checklist to western species, extensive bibliography, and index to species mapped and discussed.
4. Distribution of Oecophoridae (sense of Hodges 1983) of Western North America, by Jerry A. Powell & Paul A. Opler, 1996. Distribution county-by-county maps on 50 pages, 4 maps per page, and systematic list of included taxa.
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