Firefly Encyclopedia of Insects and Spiders
Firefly Books, 2002 - Nature - 240 pages
Combining authoritative, easy-to-read essays with accurate illustrations and full color photographs, this encyclopedia covers all of the families that encompass the million-plus species of insects and spiders. A unique and thoroughly current volume, it includes:
In addition to a comprehensive text, each species entry also has a Factfile for quick retrieval of essential data:
Scientists, zoologists and expert researchers have contributed specially commissioned articles. These specialists, all experts in their fields, are actively involved in conducting frontline scientific or behavioral research. The inclusion of their latest findings and interpretations sets this title apart.
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The editors (and numerous contributing scientists) have revised, updated, extended, and improved upon these two titles, first published in 1986. Each volume is organized taxonomically. Overviews of ... Read full review
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