"This volume will be of value to professional and amateur lepidopterists, naturalists, gardeners, foresters, arborists, farmers, photographers, ecologists, environmental educators, teachers, students, and all who have some interest in caterpillars or a need to identify them."--Steve Roble, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of Natural Heritage
This book is for identifying moths NOT butterflies which I thought. Still a good book for moths only. Great pictures.Published 7 months ago by Susan Sterner
Seemed like I received this book overnight. This is a great reference book, although probably too big to take in the field. Loved the photos and descriptions.Published 10 months ago by Colleen
This book was bigger and much thicker than the photo made it look. It is full of beautiful color photos and descriptions.Published 13 months ago by slim
Caterpillars of E n. America is a great book It is. Dry informative with amazing pictures. I love this bookPublished 16 months ago by Donna L. Loose
Better than I had anticapated. Pictures are exquisite and details really help you identify the particular caterpillar you're trying to identify. Would highly recommend.Published 21 months ago by Tipsy2012uc
I had been looking for a book to help me ID caterpillars and this one was suggested. There are a lot of caterpillars in this book, more than I have seen in any other book so far. Read morePublished 22 months ago by John Dwiggins
God is good! All these amazing creatures! If you a bug about bugs like me this is a beautiful book. Must have.Published 23 months ago by Joanne M.