A collection of black and white insect photographs by nature photographer Kimberly J Tilley. In this book are a few of her favourite images of butterflies, bees, spiders, dragonflies, and ladybirds. The images were created from 2007 - 2020 at various locations in the USA. This book series title, Pastonkik, means "in the United States" and it comes from the Abenaki language. The Abenaki are from the Northeast. Native American languages and Latin are used in this series to identify specimens. There are 18 books in total featuring Kimberly's favourite landscapes, waterscapes, insects, plants, birds and wildlife images.
"Harvestmen are not spiders. They do not have fangs. They do not create silk nor make webs. They do not make it rain. They do hunt in gardens and are beneficial to keeping pest populations down." -Page 10
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