By: DS Hill
395 pages, Figs, tabs
Presents a broad look at insects and their relationships to humans and human activities. The entire field of applied entomology is covered and both insect and mite pests are presented in medical, veterinary, domestic and agricultural contexts. The many benefits of insects to humans are also emphasized, especially their value as plant pollinators and as biocontrol agents which keep so many pest populations suppressed.
An excellent text and reference book for students and entomologists and natural historians.' ASLIB Book Guide
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