- Author:James A. Ebner
- Publisher:Milwaukee Public Museum; First Edition edition (July 1970)
- Pages:205 pages
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When James Ebner wrote The Butterflies of Wisconsin (1970), he recorded 128 species. The Tiger Swallowtail, Banded Hairstreak, Pearl Crescent, and Eyed Brown have since been separated into two separate species, which brings that total to 132. He also listed 10 questionable species, of which 5 are now known to have been found here. This brings the total species that he covered to 137. On this site, I have listed 156 taxa representing 153 species. This is an increase of 16 in the number of species recorded in the 38 years since the publication of that book
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Among the insects, because of their beauty, butterflies have always held a foremost place in the regard of the amateur collector. If I shall succeed in this book in creating a more wide-spread interest in the world of insect life and thereby diverting attention in a measure from the persecuted birds, which I love, but which are in many species threatened with extinction by the too eager attentions which they are receiving from young naturalists, who are going forth in increased numbers with.
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The book is wri The only field guide to cover all North American butterfly species, this monumental work is also a complete natural history, fully describing the biological and ecological world of butterflies in general. It is without question the most important book on butterflies in several decades, and the most complete treatment of a major butterfly faun ever published.
Can you recommend books on butterflies or moths? . Butterflies Through Binoculars: The East, A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Eastern North America. Oxford University Press, New York, NY. Opler, .
Can you recommend books on butterflies or moths? Lepidoptera References. Allen, T, Brock, J. & Glassberg, J. 2005. Glassberg, J. 2001. Butterflies Through Binoculars: The West, A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Western North America. Audubon Society's Butterflies for beginners. Mastervision, New York.
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Comstock, John Henry, 1849-1931. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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