The full-color scientific journal HOLARCTIC LEPIDOPTERA was published by the Association for Tropical Lepidoptera. Publication commenced in 1994 and ceased after Volume 11, 2004. All articles were peer-reviewed to provide the highest consistent quality and scientific content. Major abstracting services covered the journal, including Abstracts of Entomology (BIOSIS) and Zoological Record. The editor of this series was Dr. John B. Heppner, and the associate editor was Dr. Thomas C. Emmel.
CONTENT: usually a mixture of scientific technical articles, along with more popular subjects such as travelogs and photo-essays. Virtually all articles have color illustrations. Color covers and content summaries are presented on-line (see CONTENTS below).
ARTICLES: cover both moths and butterflies for the northern regions, North America and Eurasia.
INDEXES: included on a yearly basis.
Back issues available Volumes 1-11, 1994-2004. Contact Peter Eliazar for back issue requests, firstname.lastname@example.org
2008- Volume 12, No. 1-2 text 2008 - Volume 12, No. 1-2 Plates
A special edition of Holarctic Lepidoptera by George Austin and Patrick Leary, Larval Hostplants of Butterflies in Nevada, Volume 12, 2008, is published on line. Print edition available from the editor email@example.com or from the secretary firstname.lastname@example.org for $35 shipped to US address or for $45 shipped to international address. Shipping cost is included in that price.
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