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Jamieson, Dean and Jim Denny. 2001. Hawaii's butterflies & moths: an identification guide to easily observed species. A Hawaii Biological Survey Handbook. Mutual Publishing.
This book is designed to help the reader identify the largest and most recognizable from among the many that exist. All fifteen known species of butterflies are described as well as twenty-one species of large moths. Also included are a few of the more interesting representatives from among the many hundreds of tiny moths recorded in Hawaii. Many of the measurements, descriptions, and photographs of the species listed in this guide are from actual specimens. For those wishing to know more, a wealth of information can be found from among the many scholarly references listed in the bibliography. (excerpted/adapted from the introduction)
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