where is Steven Montgomery?

James/Marilyn Shea jh_mb_shea at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 14 14:13:02 EDT 1998

Hi Liz --
There's a book called Hawaiian Insects and Their Kin by Francis G. Howarth
and William P. Mull and published by the Univ. of Hawaii Press, 2840
Kolowalu St., Honolulu, 96822. In it, there is some discussion (about 9
reference in the index) of Eupithecia species plus plus photos. I
purchased the book at Borders Bookstore (in Hawaii) for $17.95, and I
suspect some libraries will have it.
Happy Trails!
Marilyn Shea

In article <Pine.GSO.3.95q.980807030200.857A-100000 at iquest7>,
lday at iquest.net wrote:

> Just reread a 1983 National Geographic with an article about predatory
> Eupithecia larvae, discovered by Steven Montgomery in Hawaii.
> Does anyone know where he is now, or what he's doing?  And/or where I
> could find more recent stuff to read about these caterpillars and their
> kinky eating habits?
> Thanks,
> Liz Day   
> (and parakeet Tweeter-Boinger, bent on destroying the world by nibbling it)
> LDAY at iquest.net 
> Indianapolis, Indiana, central USA - 40 N latitude, zone 5.
> http://www.iquest.net/~lday

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