By: Rolf G Beutel (Author), Frank Friedrich (Author), Si-Qin Ge (Author), Xing-Ke Yang (Author)
516 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
This definitive handbook provides an in-depth treatment of insect morphology. The up-to-date overview of insect morphology is complemented by a chapter on innovative morphological techniques (e.g., µ-computer tomography, 3-D modeling) and a comprehensive morphological glossary. The second part treats the state of the art in insect systematics and includes taxon-specific morphological information for all orders. The work is a useful reference for students and researchers working in different fields of biology and a must for those dealing with insects from an evolutionary perspective.
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