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More details. A SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY ATLAS OF THE AFRICANIZED "KILLER" HONEY BEE
(Apis mellifera L.):
A Selection of Photographs for the General Public
by Charles I. Abramson & Italo de Souza Aquino
2002, 155 pages, 86 SEMs. This unique book is designed primarily as a source book for anyone interested in the so-called "Killer Bee". It is useful for Hymenopterists, college, university and high school instructors, and for those interested in elect... more details
 
9699 Abramson, SEM Atlas of the Africanized Honey Bee

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More details. BEEKEEPING FOR DUMMIES, second edition
by Howard Blackiston
2009, 358 pages, 4 color photo plates, b/w photos & illustrations. This friendly, practical guide presents a step-by-step approach to starting your own beehive, along with expert tips for maintaining a healthy colony. You get the latest on honey bee ... more details
 
3578 Blackiston, Beekeeping for Dummies

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More details. BOLTON'S CATALOGUE OF ANTS OF THE WORLD: 1758-2005
by Barry A. Bolton, Gary Alpert, Philip S. Ward & Piotr Naskrecki
2006. Provides a completely updated edition of the monumental work originally published in 1995. The CD-ROM incorporates all taxonomic papers, from 1758 through 2005, on 14,550 species and subspecies of ants. It allows every valid species name to be ... more details
 
3572A Bolton, Bolton's Catalouge of Ants of World, CD

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More details. BEEKEEPING: A Practical Guide
by Richard E. Bonney
1993, 184 pages, b/w illustrations. How-to manual on beekeeping, for beginners to veterans. Provides information on how to acquire bees, install a colony, manage a hive, harvest a crop of honey, prevent and treat Varroa and tracheal mites, and learn ... more details
 
3858 Bonney, Beekeeping, A Practical Guide

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More details. THE ANTS OF OHIO (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
by Gary A. Coovert
2005, 196 pages, b/w illustrations, color maps. Provides a comprehensive state-wide survey and identification manual covering the ants of Ohio. Initial sections include newly revised illustrated keys to subfamilies and genera. Main body of the book... more details
 
8975 Coovert, The Ants of Ohio

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More details. EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL INSECT COLONIES:
Sex Allocation and Kin Selection
by Ross H. Crozier & Pekka Pamilo
1996, 320 pages, 34 illustrations, tables. Deals with genetics and behavior of individuals within social insect colonies — bees, wasps, ants, and termites. Interplay of cooperation and conflict raises questions in evolutionary biology about how coop... more details
 
3568B * Crozier, Evolution of Social Insect Colonies

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More details. CROP POLLINATION BY BEES
by Keith S. Delaplane & Daniel F. Mayer
2000, 352 pages, 105 b/w photos, drawings, tables. Accessible, practical, and authoritative research-based guide to using bees for crop pollination. Emphasizes conserving feral bee populations as well as more traditional methods of culturing honey a... more details
 
9330 Delaplane, Crop Pollination by Bees

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More details. A FIELD GUIDE TO THE ANTS OF NEW ENGLAND
by Aaron M. Ellison
2012, 416 pp., 350 b/w + 310 color illustrations. This book is the first user-friendly regional guide devoted to ants—the ″little things that run the world.″ Lavishly illustrated with more than 500 line drawings, 300-plus photographs, and... more details
 
9535 Ellison, Field Guide to Ants of New England

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More details. WHY DO BEES BUZZ?
by Elizabeth Capaldi Evans & Carol A. Butler
2010, 229 pages, 8 color plates, b/w photos & illustrations throughout. Twenty-five thousand species of bees create a loud buzz. Yet silence descended a few years ago when domesticated bee populations plummeted. Bees, in particular honey bees, are cr... more details
 
4021 Evans, Why Do Bees Buzz?

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More details. THE SAND WASPS
Natural History and Behavior
by Howard E. Evans and Kevin M. O'Neill
Foreword by Mary Alice Evans
2007, 360 pages, 23 b/w photos, 21 illustrations, tables. During his career, Howard Evans described over 900 species of wasps and authored more than a dozen books, both technical and popular, on a wide range of entomological and natural history subje... more details
 
9026 Evans, Sand Wasps: Natural History & Behavior

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More details. ANTS OF NORTH AMERICA
A Guide to the Genera
by Brian L. Fisher & Stefan P. Cover
2007, 216 pages, 180 color illustrations, 250 line drawings. Ants are among the most conspicuous and the most ecologically important insects. This concise, easy-to-use, authoritative identification guide introduces the fascinating and diverse ant f... more details
 
9504 Fisher & Cover, Ants of North America

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More details. ANTS OF AFRICA AND MADAGASCAR
A Guide to the Genera
by Brian L. Fisher & Barry Bolton
2016, 512 pages, 36 color plates with multiple photos, b/w drawings & maps throughout. Across the Afrotropical and Malagasy regions, ants are one of the most conspicuous and ecologically dominant animal groups. From driver ants to weaver ants, there ... more details
 
3841 Fisher, Ants of Africa and Madagascar

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More details. THE SOCIAL BIOLOGY OF ROPALIDIA MARGINATA
by Raghavendra Gadagkar
2001, 368 pages, 75 illustrations. Found throughout southern India, Ropalidia marginata is a primitively eusocial wasp - a species in which queens and workers do not differ morphologically and workers retain the ability to reproduce. In these... more details
 
9852 * Gadagkar, Social Biology of Ropalidia Marginata

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More details. THE POLLEN WASPS: Ecology and Natural History of the Masarinae
by Sarah K. Gess,
1996, 352 pages, 28 b/w photos, 43 drawings, 16 plates with 25 color photos. The product of 20 years’ work in southern Africa, this study of aculeate Hymenoptera is first new work on masarine wasps since O.W. Richard’s 1962 monograph. Presents all th... more details
 
3656 * Gess,The Pollen Wasps

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More details. ANTS AT WORK: How an Insect Society Is Organized
by Deborah Gordon
1999, 182 pages, b/w illustrations. Reveals the amazing insect social hierarchy and life inside an ant colony. Based on 17 years of research with harvester ants in the Arizona desert, it explains how ants form teams and partnerships for nest building... more details
 
3820 * Gordon, Ants At Work, Hardcover

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