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A Guide to the Spiders of Hong Kong [English / Chinese]

Field / Identification Guide
By: Dickson Wong(Author), Put Ang, Jr.(Foreword By), LM Chu(Foreword By)
285 pages, colour photos
A Guide to the Spiders of Hong Kong [English / Chinese]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese, with scientific nomenclature

This is a photographic field guide to Hong Kong spiders, including several introductory chapters on classification, biology, and web building. The book covers some 222 spider species, belonging to 130 genera and 30 families.

Contents

Foreword 1
Foreword 2
Foreword 3
Foreword 4
Preface

Chapter 1 Introduction to different orders in the Class of Arachnida
Chapter 2 Classification of spiders
Chapter 3 General biology of spiders
Chapter 4 Building webs, or no webs
Chapter 5 Spiders' secrets
Chapter 6 About this photographic guide and spider photography
Chapter 7 Photographic guide to spiders in Hong Kong

References and further readings
Index to scientific names

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Dickson Wong(Author), Put Ang, Jr.(Foreword By), LM Chu(Foreword By)
285 pages, colour photos
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