Butterflies and moths of Pacific Northwest forests and woodlands: rare, endangered, and management-sensitive species
Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, 2007 - Nature - 234 pages
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Ecological Issues and Forest Management
Monitoring Butterflies Moths and Caterpillars
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