Bagging Big Bugs: How to Identify, Collect and Display the Largest and Most Colorful Insects of the Rocky Mountain Region

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Fulcrum Pub., 1995 - Nature - 324 pages
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This book shows how to identify, collect and display the largest and most colorful insects of the Rocky Mountain region.

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Contents

THE BIG BUGS OF THE ROCKIES
30
GRYLLOBLATTARIARock CrawlersIce
47
MANTODEAMantids
55
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About the author (1995)

Whitney Cranshaw is an associate professor of entomology at Colorado State University and author of several books, including Pests of the West and An Illustrated Guide to the Mountain Stream Insects of Colorado. Boris Kondratieff is an associate professor of entomology at Colorado State University and author of several books, including Bagging Big Bugs for Fulcrum, and An Illustrated Guide to the Mountain Stream Insects of Colorado.

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