"Beyond its value in providing a comprehensive treatment of the tiger beetles found in North America, this book also serves as an example of the opportunities available for professional entomologists to broaden and increase interest in insect groups by members of the general public."--The Coleopterists Bulletin
"The book exhibits the highest standards for field guides and should do much to further the authors' aim of raising the profile of tiger beetles as an important flagship insect group in North America. It is well produced and excellent value."--Journal of Insect Conservation
"The book educates as well as entertains. ... Just reviewing this book stimulated my interest in tiger beetles: I bet your reaction will be the same."--Arizona Wildlife Views
"Valuable teaching reference and a 'pocket' taxonomic tool for the field ecological entomologist as well as the keen naturalist."--The Author Journal Compilation
"Overall, this is a highly anticipated book that lives up to its hype."--Entomological Society of America
About the Author
David L. Pearson is at Arizona State University. C. Barry Knisley is at Randolph-Macon College.