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Tiger Beetles are a favorite among insect collectors because of their beauty, diversity, and fascinating adult and larval behavior. Cicindelophiles, or tiger beetle enthusiasts, have been blessed during the past decade as a number of regional field-guides have been published on these insects (Knisley and Schultz 1997, Leonard and Bell 1999, Acorn 2001, Pearson and Vogler 2001, Choate 2003). However, missing from the shelf was a book about the synthesis of tiger beetles of America north of Mexico, and this book fills exactly that much coveted empty space on the entomologist’s book-shelf.

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