By: Yin Wenying(Author)
435 pages, illustrations
Language: Chinese with scientific nomenclature
This volume contains 4 classes, 17 orders, 70 families, 261 genera and 385 species belonging to animal kingdom from Tianmu Mountain of Zhejiang Province in China, which include 13 species of 7 genera in 4 families from order Acerentomata, 1 species of 1 genus in 1 family from order Sinentomata, and 13 species of 4 genera in 1 family from Ensentomata belonging to class Protura, respectively; 9 species of 7 genera in 4 families from order Poduromorpha, 10 species of 8 genera in 1 family from order Entomobryomorpha, 2 species of 2 genera in 2 families from order Symphypleona, and 1 species of 1 genera in 1 family from order Neelipleona belonging to class Collembola, respectively; 6 species of 5 genera in 3 families from order Diplura belonging to class Diplura, respectively; 2 species of 2 genera in 1 family from order Archeognatha, 24 species of 18 genera in 8 families from order Ephemeroptera, 103 species of 70 genera in 15 families from order Odonata, 8 species of 3 genera in 2 families from order Plecoptera, 22 species of 13 genera in 4 families from order Blattodea, 7 species of 5 genera in 1 family from order Isoptera, 14 species of 10 genera in 3 families from order Mantodea, 19 species of 14 genera in 6 families from order Dermaptera, 131 species of 91 genera in 13 families from order Orthoptera belonging to class Hexapoda, respectively. Each species with distribution, biology and morphological characters are described and illustrated. Moreover, keys of different taxa are also provided. The fauna is available for researchers in the fields of forestry, agriculture, animal husbandry, fisheries, environmental protection and biodiversity protection and other related fields.
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