Arkansas Butterflies and Moths

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University of Arkansas Press, 2006 - Nature - 314 pages
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Part of the Ozark Society Foundation's nature series, this book talks about Arkansas' rich population of butterflies and moths. Most of the butterflies and moths are found throughout the eastern United States and parts of the western states. It includes detailed text entries alongside full-sized photographs of each species.
 

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Contents

Skippers Family Hesperiidae
29
Swallowtails Family Papilionidae
61
Whites and Sulphurs Family Pieridae
73
Coppers Hairstreaks and Blues Family Lycaenidae
85
Metalmarks Family Riodinidae
102
Moth upperside Wing Patterns
139
Carpenterworm Moths Family Cossidae
146
SackBearers Family Mimallonidae
152
Fruit and Leafroller Moths Family Tortricidae
159
Butterfly and Moth Gardening
259
Arkansas Butterfly Hot Spots
269
Glossary
277
Resources
285
Arkansas Moth Checklist
293
Indices
299
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About the author (2006)

Lori A. Spencer is a professional entomologist, lepidopterist, and interpreter whose nature programs are in wide demand throughout Arkansas. She coordinates the Mount Magazine Butterfly Festival and consults for federal and state agencies on butterfly management. She is the author of numerous articles, many of them published in Ozarks Mountaineer.

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