Edited By: W Bailey and J Ridsill-Smith
352 pages, B/w photos, figs
An overview of reproductive processes in entomology, with practical applications in pest management. It combines contributions from workers in population ecology and evolutionary biology, as well as behaviourists.
...an exciting and critical review of current thinking on reproductive behaviour in insects: I think it works very well - Martin C Birch, The Biologist; This book is well written and presents and up-to-date overview of current international research on the subject and may be well recommended to students of insect behaviour and those interested in modern biological thought. Entomologist's Gazette
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