- Book review: The encyclopedia of land invertebrate behaviour (1996)
- Any book that purports to be an encyclopedic treatment of the behavior of insects, arachnids, myriapods, and terrestrial representatives of other invertebrate phyla invites skepticism. That made it all the more pleasing to find this book to be remarkably comprehensive and scholarly. Adding to this pleasure were more than 200 full-color, original photographs of live invertebrates doing what land animals do and about 40 line illustrations redrawn from the primary literature.
- Book review: Evolutionary biology of orthopteroid insects (1988)
- Book Review: This volume is the proceedings of an international conference on the evolution and phylogeny of Orthopteroidea, held in Siena, Italy, January 1986. The occasion for the conference was the 90th birthday of Dr. Felice Capra, of the Museo di Storia Nutrale di Genova. The proceedings consist of 53 papers, in English, ranging in length from 111 pages (Baccetti) to less than one page of text (Carlberg). Their subject matter is similarly diverse - as one would expect if more than 50 orthopterists were invited to give papers at a conference of this title.