By: Duncan Neil MacFadyen (Author), Shem Compion (Illustrator)
278 pages, colour photos
A landscape of insects and other invertebrates is a stepping stone in the process of documenting and conserving South Africa's huge diversity of insect life. The images in A Landscape of Insects have all been photographed on the 'Diamond Route' properties belonging to De Beers and the Oppenheimer family, areas which exist primarily to promote conservation and research. Celebrating South Africa's wondrous landscapes and ecology, A Landscape of Insects is a must for tourists, nature lovers, students, farmers and conservation agencies visiting the region. All will find something of interest and beauty here.
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