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Book Review

Abstract

Excerpt: W.J.B. Crotch's A Silkmoth Rearer's Handbook (1956) and Wild Silk Moths of the United States by Michael Collins and Robert Weast (1961) have been standard rearers' manuals for some time, but both are limited to one group of large moths, and there has been a decided need for a low-priced guide covering rearing procedures for a much wider range of Lepidoptera. For a number of reasons, Villiard's book falls short of this goal.

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