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A Revision of Australian Abantiades, Oncopera, Aenetus, Archaeoaenetus and Zelotypia (Hepialidae)
by Thomas Simonsen
<p>The Hepialidae (Ghost Moths) are a family of often spectacular micro-moths. The Australian region is one of the hot spots for hepialid diversity and the fauna is divided into three groups: primitive Hepialidae with small, often overlooked ...
Honey Production, Pollination, Health
by Malcolm T. Sanford & Richard E. Bonney
<p>This trusted handbook is a must-have for novice and seasoned beekeepers alike. Now totally redesigned and featuring color photos and graphics, the second edition also includes up-to-date information on honey bee health. The go-to reference ...eBook
by Dawn V Pape, Heather Holm & Dave Hunter
Even though some bugs are hairy and scary, this book teaches us that insects are important pollinators and help make the food we eat. Not only is Thank You, Bugs! fun to read, it is full of beautiful photographs featuring adorable children with ...eBook
by Waldemar Bonsels, Translated by Adele Seltzer & Illustrated by Homer Boss
<p>These stories and adventures revolve around a little bee named Maya and her friends Willy the bee, Flip the grasshopper, Mrs. Cassandra (Maya's teacher), and many other insects and other creatures. The book follows Maya's development from an ...eBook
An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Keeping Bees in Your Yard and Garden
by Kim Flottum
<p><strong><em>The Backyard Beekeeper,</em> now in its 4th edition, makes the time-honored and complex tradition of beekeeping an enjoyable and accessible backyard pastime that will appeal to urban and rural beekeepers of all skill ...eBook
A Natural History
by Noah Wilson-Rich
<i>The Bee</i> is a comprehensive exploration of these fascinating creatures detailing their evolution, ecology, genetics and physiology and includes a directory of notable bee species. ...
by Sally Coulthard
<p>Did you know, as bees get older they become more forgetful?<br /> Or that the bee hive is a masterclass is matriarchal living?<br /> Ever wondered just how fast a bee can fly? Or just how much honey a bee can make in its little life?<br ...eBook
by James Tew
<i>The Beekeeper's Problem Solver</i> explains the causes of, and provides solutions for, 100 of the most common problems faced by bee owners. ...
by Richard Harris
<p data-version='1.1'>It's amazing that bees have mastered the art of survival during the winter months. Beekeepers also have to keep in mind that certain times of the year there may not be any honey production since bees are most active during ...eBook
by Wilson, Joseph S.
<p><i>The Bees in Your Backyard</i> provides an engaging introduction to the roughly 4,000 different bee species found in the United States and Canada, dispelling common myths about bees while offering essential tips for telling them apart in ...eBook
by J.B. Wallis
<p>The bright colours and fascinating ways of this small but important group of insects attract immediate attention. Cicindelidae, or tiger beetles, are frequently encountered, but they are difficult to capture, since they are alert and elusive,eBook
by Michael Braby
<p><span style="line-height: 1.45em;">The second edition of the award-winning book <i>The Complete Field Guide to Butterflies of </i></span><span style="line-height: 1.45em;"><i>Australia</i> is a fully updated guide to all butterfly ...
by Nick Baker
<p>Nick Baker's fascination with the natural world began at an early age, inspired by Gerald and Lee Durrell's classic book <em>The Amateur Naturalist</em>. His <em>The Complete Naturalist</em> is an up-to-date, practical introduction to ...eBook
by Lindsley, Dan L.
Dedicated to the memory of George Lefevre in recognition of his exhaustive cytogenetic analysis of the X chromosome, <i>The Genome of Drosophila melanogaster</i> is the complete compendium of what is known about the genes and chromosomes of thiseBook
Structure and Function
by R. F. Chapman
<p>The Insects has been the standard textbook in the field since the first edition published over forty years ago. Building on the strengths of Chapman's original text, this long-awaited 5th edition has been revised and expanded by a team of ...eBook
by W. N. P. Barbellion
<p>The young naturalist W. N. P. Barbellion described this remarkably candid record of living with multiple sclerosis as 'a study in the nude'. It begins as an ambitious teenager's notes on the natural world, and then, following his diagnosis ateBook
by Coyote Peterson
by Jean Henri Fabre
<p><em>The Life and Love of the Insect</em> enters into a hidden realm with 18 illustrated essays, rendered in lively, poetic language. Whether extolling the maternal instincts of the Sacred Beetle or chronicling the protracted and ultimately ...eBook
by J. Henri Fabre
<p>Fabre had many scholarly achievements. He was a popular teacher, physicist, chemist and botanist. However, he is probably best known for his findings in the field of entomology, the study of insects, and is considered by many to be the fathereBook
by Andrew Crowe
<b>Identifying New Zealand's insects, spiders and other land invertebrates is made simple with this new guide by best-selling author Andrew Crowe.</b><BR><BR>Explore over 300 life-size photographs, learn about the life-cycle of different insects