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INSECTS: Their Natural History and Diversity,
with a photographic guide to insects of eastern North America - Product Details

INSECTS: Their Natural History and Diversity,
with a photographic guide to insects of eastern North America
by Stephen A. Marshall

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2007, updated reprint edition, 736 pages, 4,000 color photos, 400 illustrations. This remarkable book is the most complete single volume on North American insects ever published. It is an authoritative and comprehensive reference for all insect orders and families in North America, and the only book to document all indigenous species as well as introduced species.

This landmark visual guide is the ideal tool for any entomologist or naturalist.  It includes over 50 pages of 28 easy-to-use picture keys with hundreds of black-and white illustrations which lead to the appropriate chapter and specific photos to confirm identification. Non-insect arthropods such as millipedes, centipedes, spiders, mites and ticks are covered in a separate chapter.  Over 4,000 excellent photos taken in the field depict insect diversity and behavior.

Many textbooks on insects are prohibitively expensive for students and non-professional readers and not meant to be field identification guides. And many field guides lack the scope provided in this award-winning book. Highly recommended. Hardcover; 8-3/4 x 11-1/4"; weight: 7 lbs.

4034 Marshall, Insects, Their Natural History

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