Insect Physiology and Ecology
by Vonnie D.C. Shields (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2017
Number of pages: 262
This book discusses recent contributions focusing on insect physiology and ecology written by experts in their respective fields. The book targets a wide audience of general biologists, as well as entomologists, ecologists, zoologists, virologists, and epidemiologists, including both teachers and students in gaining a better appreciation of this rapidly growing field.
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by Vernon L. Kellogg - Holt
This book provides a general systematic account of all the principal groups of insects as they occur in America, together with special accounts of the structure, physiology, development and metamorphoses of certain particularly interesting insects.
by William Jacob Holland - Doubleday, Page & Company
The aim is to guide the amateur collector in right paths and to prepare him by the accomplishment of his labors for the enjoyment of more difficult researches in this field. The work is confined to the fauna of the continent of North America.
by D. Fairchild, M.H. Fairchild - National Geographic Society
The pictures in this book are portraits of creatures which are as much the real inhabitants of the world as we are, and have all the rights that we have. Because their own struggle for existence so often crosses ours, many of them are our enemies.
by Leonard Haseman - Missouri Book Company
Contents: introduction; grasshopper; house fly or typhoid fly; mosquito; cabbage miller; apple worm; tomato or tobacco worm; firefly; white grub or june-bug; Colorado potato beetle; lady-beetle; dragon-fly; squash bug; plant-louse; honey bee; ant.