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...and other arachnids
by Jack Goldstein
Do you know the difference between a spider-web and a cobweb? What are the two sections of a spider’s body called? Which spider holds the record for the largest legspan? And which species wears the drained corpses of its victims on its back? AlleBook
by Lesley Stanfield
by Dave Goulson
"From the author of the Samuel Johnson Prize-shortlisted Sunday Times bestseller A Sting in the Tale In 2003 Dave Goulson bought a derelict farm in the heart of rural France, together with 33 acres of surrounding meadow. Over the course of a ...
by Robert Whyte
Australians have a love-hate relationship with spiders. Spiders inspire fear, especially dangerous species such as the Redback and Sydney Funnelweb. Yet, Peacock Spiders, whose males spread a colourful fan and wave their legs in a courtship ...
Bugs and Insects A to Z
by lynn stephens massey
It started with the yellow jacket wasp I found in the street. Even though it was dead, it had such an animated quality, almost cartoon-like. I carefully cradled it in my hand and was immediately inspired to paint it. Soon cicada were emerging, ...eBook
by Sankowsky Garry
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by Charlotte Sleigh
<div>Ants are legion: at present there are 11,006 species of ant known; they live everywhere in the world except the polar icecaps; and the combined weight of the ant population has been estimated to make up half the mass of all insects alive ...eBook
by Deborah Keever
Argiope Aurantia, also known as a Garden Spider is an invertebrated animal having an exoskeleton. See her emit pure white silk from her spinnerets sac as she captures her prey. You will enjoy many more interesting facts about the Garden Spider ...eBook
by Clyne Densey
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An Identification Guide to Common Insects, Spiders and More
by Jaret C. Daniels
by Paul Horne & Denis Crawford
<p>Love them or loathe them, we can't avoid insects.</p><p>From aphids to flies, ladybirds to wasps, insects of all shapes and sizes share our homes and gardens. Now in updated edition, the bestselling <i>Backyard Insects </i>explores the ...eBook
by John Himmelman
<DIV>A surefire hit with young backyard diggers and bug-watchers, <I>Basic Illustrated Guide to Frogs, Snakes, Bugs, and Slugs </i>combines detailed illustrations of bugs, slugs, snakes, toads, and other creepy crawlies with clear and ...eBook
52 Family-Friendly Activities and Experiments Exploring the Life of the Hive
by Kim Lehman
<P><B>Fill the year ahead with weekly activities from around and about the hive, including art projects, recipes, experiments, garden activities, and more!</B></P><P>If you keep bees or are interested in keeping bees, ...eBook
by Ellen Gomez
<p data-version='1.1'>Beekeeping, or apiculture, is one of the most wonderful and, may we say, important fields in the world. Without bees there would be no life as we know it. If this is your passion, whether newly acquired or old, you will ...eBook
by James Maclaine
An intriguing introduction to the fascinating world of bees and wasps, with a specially written easy-to-read text, amazing and extraordinary photographs and step-by-step visual explanations Ages: 4+ • A slim and unintimidating book which ...
by Adam Dodd
From ancient Egyptian deities to German automobiles, beetles have left an indelible mark on human cultures around the world. Comprising more than 350,000 species, beetles are among the most prolific animals on Earth, even if we ...
by Adam Dodd
<div>Ancient and strange, beetles call to mind a lost world of Egyptian magic and belief—a reminder of the fascination they’ve long held for human culture. In <i>Beetle</i>, Adam Dodd offers a richly illustrated, engaging account of the natural ...eBook
by Nicole Harrington
<p data-version="1.1"><strong>Harvest your own delicious homemade honey!</strong></p><p>In the past few years, there has been a growing movement of people who are looking to have more control over the food they eat. There is a rising level of ...eBook
by Rainer Foelix
One of the only books to treat the whole spider, from its behavior and physiology to its neurobiology and reproductive characteristics, <em>Biology of Spiders </em>is considered a classic in spider literature. First published in German in 1979, ...eBook
The Pending Extinction of our Pollinators and What You Can Do to Stop It
by Kenneth Eade
“If the bee disappears from the earth, man would have no more than four years to live” <b>Albert Einstein</b><br><b></b><br>This beautifully illustrated edition is educates the reader about the potential extinction of the bees as an indicator ofeBook