By: Randall T Schuh and James A Slater
336 pages, B/w photos, illus
This major work presents a summary of current knowledge on the Heteroptera, a group containing approximately 35,000 species, many of which are important to agriculture and public health. Introductory chapters cover the history of study of the group, research techniques, and sources of specimens, and also general subjects such as habits, mimicry and wing polymorphism. The bulk of the book comprises the systematic classification of the Heteroptera, complete with full glossary and bibliography.
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