Moth Diversity

Tony Thomas mothman at
Thu Nov 21 09:50:03 EST 2002

This is a repeat of a message I posted in August this year, for those of 
you who may have missed it.
Reprints of both are still available.

Hi Lepslisters:
Copies of my second publication on moth diversity are now available:

Thomas, A.W. 2002. Moth Diversity in a Northeastern North American Red 
Spruce Forest. II. The Effect of Silvicultural Practices on Geometrid 
Diversity (Lepidoptera: Geometridae).
Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service - Atlantic Forestry 
Centre, Information Report M-X-213E. Fredericton, New Brunswick. 25 p.
includes 10 tables, 5 figures, 7 images of live geometrids, and an appendix 
listing the 169 species and their occurrences in 8 traps in 4 forest plots 
near Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Copies of the first publication: "I. Baseline Study", Thomas, A.W. 2001" 
are also availble.

If interested, send mailing address and indicate which copy(ies) you would 
like. Single copies of each are free.



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