This field guide is an indispensable resource to naturalists, educators, gardeners, and others. Engaging and accessible, Pacific Northwest Insects features detailed species accounts, each with a vivid photograph of a living adult, along with information for distinguishing similar species, allowing the reader to identify more than 3,000 species found from southern British Columbia to northern California, and as far east as Montana. The book features most of the commonly encountered insects, spiders, scorpions, millipedes, centipedes, and kin in the Pacific Northwest, as well as representatives of an amazing variety of unusual and interesting insects living in the area. Merrill Peterson has brought together for the first time in a single volume a wealth of information on the region's insect life.
Detailed indentifying information on over 3,000 species
Complete descriptions of 1,200 species
Organized by insect group for easy identification
1,725 colour photos, 50 line drawings, and 2 maps
Merrill A. Peterson is a professor and chair of biology at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA, and an adjunct professor of entomology at Washington State University.
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