Readership: Entomologists, ecologists, invertebrate zoologists, taxonomists, conservation
biologists, students of neotropical biodiversity.
Edited by Diomedes Quintero, Director, Museo de Invertebrados G.B. Fairchild, University of Panama, and Annette Aiello, Research Associate in Entomology, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama
"'a reference book of fundamental importance for all those interested in any of the groups of insects of the Isthmus or the surrounding regions'
Salvatore Carfì, Università di Firenze, Tropical Zoology, 7:223, 1994"
"'a major contribution to our understanding of a few groups of importance in the biota of the area ... all articles provide good information ... Introductory chapters place the fauna in context geologically and geographically; these chapters alone make the book worth picking up for perusal ... perhaps begins an important modern series of contributions in an easy-to-use format ... an important contribution to entomology and the Mesoamerican area.'
Terry L. Erwin, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., The Quarterly Review of Biology, Volume 69"