2018, 472 pages, b/w illustrations. This is the first academic book
on bed bugs published in over 50 years, since the seminal
publication of Usingerís The Monograph of the Cimicidae, #9328, in
1966. All the historical information as well as the contemporary
publications on bed bugs have been reviewed and distilled into the
one comprehensive text, incorporating extensive data from a wide
range of basic and applied research.
The book is divided into eight main topics:
- The global resurgence of both the common bed bug,
Cimex lectularius L., and the tropical bed bug,
hemipterus (F.), with sections covering North America,
Latin America, Europe & Russia, Asia, and Australia
- The history of bed bugs
- Control in specific situations
- Bed bug impacts
- The law
- The future
Sixty internationally recognized specialists on bed bugs have
contributed to this work. They include Michael Potter, Rick Cooper,
Changlu Wang, Stephen Kells, Alvaro Romero, Roberto Pereira, Michael
Siva-Jothy, Karen Vail, Coby Schal, Ed Vargo, Warren Booth, Joshua
Benoit, Mark Feldlaufer, Jim Fredericks, and Jeff Lipman, in
addition to the editors.
Here is an essential reference for both professionals and students -
anyone who is impacted by bed bugs, is engaged in managing or
controlling bed bugs, or is employed in the public health sector.
Hardcover; 8-1/2 x 10-1/2".
Order from April 1 - 30, 2018 to receive a 15%
Doggett, Advances in the Biology and Management of Modern Bed Bugs
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