A comprehensive guide to North American insects: with notes on other arthropods of health importance
Papp's superbly illustrated book will be a great help for pest management professionals, food plant and pharmaceutical laboratory quality control, libraries, entomology classes, and insect trappers everywhere. Foreword by George Okumura. Includes 2,850 scientically accurate insect illustrations. Species descriptive text accompanies each illustration.
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The Place of Insects in Time
Appendix Arthropods of Health Importance other than Insects
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abdomen abdominal segments antennae Aphid areas Arizona band bark bees Beetle black markings black spots blackish body Borer British Columbia broods butterflies California Canada cell Cockroach cocoon Coleoptera color Colorado common dark brown darker dense Eastern U.S. Eggs are laid elytra elytron female Flea flies Florida flowers forewing genus grasses gray grayish green greenish hairs Hibernates Hind tibia hindwing host Hymenoptera insects instars known larvae larvae feed leaf leaves legs Lepidoptera long full grown male margin Mealybugs Mexico mites Moth mouthparts nests North America nymphs occur orange pair pale parasite parthenogenesis pest pine plants pronotum prothorax pubescence punctate punctures pupa Pupates reddish brown Rocky Mts Rove Beetle rows Sawfly scales shiny side similar soil sometimes southern species spines Spread Spur-throat Gh stripes Texas thorax Throughout North America tibia trees underside usually wasps Weevil western wings wood yellowish brown