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by Ph.D. Floyd G. Werner,M.S. Carl Olson,Frank W. Fisher,W. Eugene Hall

ePub Learning About and Living With Insects of the Southwest: How to Identify Helpful, Harmful and Venomous Insects download
Author:
Ph.D. Floyd G. Werner,M.S. Carl Olson,Frank W. Fisher,W. Eugene Hall
ISBN13:
978-1555610609
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1555610609
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Fisher Books; First Edition edition (1994)
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Floyd G. Werner (Author), . Then I learned that it was more fun to collect caterpillars and learn firsthand how they developed

Floyd G. Then I learned that it was more fun to collect caterpillars and learn firsthand how they developed. Consequently, our garage was filled with jars containing all imaginable kinds of caterpillars, from Io caterpillars with their urticating spines to enormous green Polyphemus caterpillars with their startling array of colored tubercles. When I finally got to the University of Arizona and started working with Floyd Werner, I had become indoctrinated into aquatics, not as the fisherman knows them, but as a biologist studies them.

Insects of the Southwest book. It is easy to read and understand

Insects of the Southwest book. Describes more than 120 common varieties of Southwestern insects. It is easy to read and understand. Drawings and text help you learn about and identify these tiny creatures and know the difference between some of the -harmless bugs and those that are venomous. Plus, you'll find details about household "pets and pests" and discover which bugs are which. Learn about the Africanized "killer" bee, spiders and the real pests they eat, the many varieties of cockroaches, crop pests, and "flashy bugs" found in the desert and mountains.

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Insects of the Southwest provides interesting and important facts and historical information on the many fascinating insects and arthropods that inhabit the Southwest-the region from Southern California through Arizona to Central Texas, and north into Utah, Colorado, and Nevada. The book introduces both adults and children to the wonders of observation-without ever going more than a few yards from home.

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Werner, Floyd . Olson, Carl (1994). Living With Insects of the Southwest: How to Identify Helpful, Harmful and Venomous Insects. Blaisdell S. Frank E. "SYNOPSIS OF THE GENUS TEGRODERA. a b Ghoneim, Karem S. (2013). Human dermatosis caused by vesicating beetle products (Insecta), cantharidin and paederin: An overview". World Journal of Medicine and Medical Science. Pinto, John D. "The Iron Cross Beetle". The canadian entomologist 5. 0 (1918): 333-35.

By Floyd G. Werner, Carl Olson Perseus Publishing, 1994 ISBN: 1555610609 Cite: 3972. Has line drawings and good discussions of natural history. Contributed by Cotinis on 28 May, 2004 - 12:13pm. Disclaimer: Dedicated naturalists volunteer their time and resources here to provide this service. We strive to provide accurate information, but we are mostly just amateurs attempting to make sense of a diverse natural world

Learning About and Living With Insects of the Southwest: How to Identify Helpful, Harmful and Venomous Insects (Paperback) by P. Floyd G.

Learning About and Living With Insects of the Southwest: How to Identify Helpful, Harmful and Venomous Insects (Paperback) by P. Mon Jul-13-09 05:04 PM Response to Original message.

While there are many helpful insects encountered throughout the world, there are also plenty of harmful species that .

While there are many helpful insects encountered throughout the world, there are also plenty of harmful species that pass disease, destroy crops, affect animal populations and the like. There are a total of (38) Harmful Insects in the Insect Identification database. Only a trained medical professional can truly assess your particular condition and injury.

Describes more than 120 common varieties of Southwestern insects and arthropods, enabling the reader to appreciate and respect the role "creepy crawlies" play in our world.
  • This is a nice book to own if you live in the southwestern deserts. The next time a strange creepy-crawler dashed across your kitchen floor you'll be able to find out what it is and determine if it's dangerous. The illustrations in the book are well done. The text tells you a lot about each insect but does not bore you with information that only an entomologist would care about. In short, its a nice reference to have around the house if you want to learn more about the 6 and 8 legged creatures of the region.

  • Detailed book with beautiful illustrations on some common bugs in Arizona. Only thing I'd say is it didn't have very many species, only the most common ones.

  • I purchased the book as an entomologist looking for a reference to local taxa. While the book is adequate, it's definitly written for the lay reader. Good for a quick reference to common insects and arthropods of the southwest, including tips for avoiding habitats of venomous species, not good for a key to species. Cheap enough to be worth it.

  • Wish it had color photos

  • Ordered because I live in the Tucson area where this was written and familiar with many of the insects, but no photos, especially no color plates for identifying insects. Good info, but hard to know which is what??????????

  • the book is just what i wanted......information was a little short, but covered the basics. the only thing that could have made it better would be to have had actual pictures of the real species. it wasn't disappointing at all!

  • This book is great; it's small and easy to pack around. Good for kids; not too technical. If you haven't seen a vinegaroon, you haven't lived.