The gypsy moth is a leaf-eating insect that can threaten plants and trees. Severe outbreaks can defoliate trees over wide swaths of forests.
DeWitt Library organizes our collection based on the Library of Congress classification. Science books are found in the Q's. Botany and Zoology books are in the subclass of QK and QL. Q's are located on the second floor.
If it is a newer book, it might be found in the "New Book" collection located in Common Grounds. Always check the location and the call number of the book while searching in the online catalog.
Google's collection of digitized books includes a large number of books, along with book reviews, web references, maps and more. The book search works just like a web search.