Looking for a good Moth id book

Hi Y'all spruance at infinet.com
Mon Sep 17 11:02:20 EDT 2001

You must look up Louis Handfield's Papilions du Quebec.  It is especially
good for northeastern US, but also for the rest of North America.  Louis's
book is just like having a copy of the Hodges' Check List with
illustrations.  No other comes close to the coverage for this geographical

ISBN:  2-89000-486-4

Published by Broquet.  Visit their web site:  www.brouquet.qc.ca

Be sure to visit www.abebooks.com to look for used books.  Many copies of
Holland's Moth Book are always listed. Covell is still too new to be common
on used book lists, but www.abebooks.com has a place where you can put in a
want.  I've this with much success over the years.

Best wishes from Columbus Ohio where the cooler nights of Autumn are in the


"Stephen J. Orena" <sorena at snet.net> wrote in message
news:3B9EA367.B59E1AC1 at snet.net...
> Hi!  I'm new to lepidoptery and have a special interest in moths.  I've
> tried to find the book by Charles Covell and the one by William Holland,
> however they appear to be out of print.  Can anyone recommend another
> book which is still in print?  I'd like one that concentrates on eastern
> North America if possible.  Alternatively, if someone has a Covell or
> Holland book for sale --- please let me know!  Thanks.
> Steve


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