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by Roger G. Bland,H. E. Jaques

ePub How to Know the Insects (Pictured Key Nature Series) download
Author:
Roger G. Bland,H. E. Jaques
ISBN13:
978-0697047526
ISBN:
0697047520
Language:
Publisher:
Wm. C. Brown; 3rd edition (May 1, 1978)
Category:
Subcategory:
Biological Sciences
ePub file:
1461 kb
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1338 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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463

This book also gives you a good description of the insect's charachteristics, habitat, and other usefull information to verify the insect being classified. With this book I was able to classify all of my insects for my collection.

This book also gives you a good description of the insect's charachteristics, habitat, and other usefull information to verify the insect being classified. I did need some help from the professor and the proctor, however most was just to double check myself. I also used the Peterson's Insect Guide to double check my classification.

How to Know the Insects has helped generations of readers learn to do just that.

1 result for jaques-paperback". How To Know The Immature Insects: The Pictured Key Nature Series. by H F Chu and H E Jaques 30 June 2012.

I bought this book for my summer Etomology class. It is a very helpful book when you are trying to identify insects, however some of the insect characteristics are hard to see in the diagrams compaired to the real insect. A disecting microscope is strongly recommended when useing this book, since most of the characteristics deal with segments on the legs or antennae, as well as wing veins. These structures hare very hard to see with the naked eye. If a mistake is made in classification it is easy to back track and find your mistake, becuase each step has the number of the previous step.

How to Know the Insects, Pictured-Key Nature Series, by H. E. Jaques, W. lot of 2 vintage childrens nature picture books, What is a Butterfly, What is a Turtle, homeschool nature study, preschool science books. Jaques, WM. C. Brown C. 1941.

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His Pictured-key nature series Mt. Pleasant, I. The author Full text online here Excellent college level guide. ull text online here.

This book can be found in: Science, Technology & Medicine . Roger G. Bland (author), Mabel Jaques Cuthbert (author), . The Nature of Sex. Dr. Carin Bondar.

This book can be found in: Science, Technology & Medicine Mathematics & science Biology, life sciences Zoology & animal sciences. How to Know the Insects (Spiral bound). Jaques (author), Martha W Cutkomp (author), Wm. G Jaques (author), Jean-Michel Lemieux (author), Francesca J Stoner (author), John Bamrick (author), Edward T Cawley (author).

Destination, rates & speeds. 3. how to know the lichens (picture. Mason Hale, John Bamrick, Edward Cawley, Wm. Jaques. Hale,Mason; Bamrick,John; Cawley,Edward; Jaques,Wm. ISBN 10: 0697047636 ISBN 13: 9780697047632.

Students of entomology at every level need to be able to identify and classify the insects they study. How to Know the Insects has helped generations of readers learn to do just that. The key to insect orders the largest section of the book uses both written text and myriad illustrations to provide identification details down to the family level as well as for common species of each family. In addition, Bland and Jaques provide accounts of insect natural history, the basic biology of each order and of most families, and extensive material in finding, collecting, and preserving insects. The handbook serves as a valuable learning tool or reference for undergraduate and graduate students of entomology, science educators, insect collectors, and anyone interested in the diversity of insects.

Title of related interest from Waveland Press: Pedigo-Rice, Entomology and Pest Management, 6E (ISBN 9781478622857).

  • I could use a few more species...

  • Its not the product that I don't like. It is a fantastic book for my Entomology 400 level course.
    I purchased a New copy and it came with the back cover bent and dented. Its minor but still unhappy that it was not a pristine copy. I would've bought the cheaper non-prime if I would've known that this one wouldn't appear brand NEW.

  • I have owned a copy of this book for many years and consider it to be the best classification guide available for undergraduates and serious amatuer collectors. An indexglossary provides hundreds of terms related to external morphology that can be memorized and the identification procedure is both simple and efficient. There are plenty of detailed illustrations.
    The only downside is that this book has not been revised in many years. It most likely contains errors, because systematics is an ever-changing field. Most of it is accurate, however, and any serious insect collector can compensate for the outdated information by visiting a public library or museum.
    This book is probably out of print. Get it now!

  • I bought this on Amazon?! Actually its a great book and full of amazingness!

  • Terrific book. I had Dr. Bland as a professor of entomology.

  • I bought this book for my summer Etomology class. It is a very helpful book when you are trying to identify insects, however some of the insect characteristics are hard to see in the diagrams compaired to the real insect. A disecting microscope is strongly recommended when useing this book, since most of the characteristics deal with segments on the legs or antennae, as well as wing veins. These structures hare very hard to see with the naked eye. If a mistake is made in classification it is easy to back track and find your mistake, becuase each step has the number of the previous step. This book also gives you a good description of the insect's charachteristics, habitat, and other usefull information to verify the insect being classified. With this book I was able to classify all of my insects for my collection. I did need some help from the professor and the proctor, however most was just to double check myself. I also used the Peterson's Insect Guide to double check my classification. If you are looking for a book to identify insects for a collection, I strongly recommend this one. However, if you need a book for quick identification in the feild, this isn't the best book for that purpose. For feild purposes use a insect feild guide.

  • Very good condition.

  • As an amateur entomologist this is the best dichotomous key I have found. Simple to follow and easy to understand yet complex enough to accurately key out to the order and often farther than that!