Table of Contents ; Chp. 1 - The Magic of Tiger Beetles ; Chp. 2 - How to Recognize a Tiger Beetle ; Chp. 3 - Phylogeny and Taxonomy ; Chp. 4 - Illustrated Keys to Adult Genera and Species ; Chp. 5 - Identification of Tiger Beetle Larvae ; Chp. 6 - Species Accounts ; Chp. 7 - Ecology and Behavior ; Chp. 8 - Conservation ; Chp. 9 - Observing and Studying Tiger Beetles ; Selected Bibliography ; Checklist of the Tiger Beetles of the United States and Canada ; Index
David L. Pearson is Research Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University. C. Barry Knisley is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biology at Randolph-Macon College. Charles J. Kazilek is a Research Professor at Arizona State University.
"Individual species and subspecies can be easily identified using one of the 25 exceptional color plates in combination with a simple dichotomous key, illustrated with line drawings of critical diagnostic characteristics. ... This comprehensive but user-friendly volume is highly recommended and should do much to attract the next generation of tiger beetle enthusiasts." --Choice
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