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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Flies (Diptera)

An Introduction to Robber Flies and Their Allies of the Southwestern United States An Illustrated Guide to the Diptera Families: Asilidae, Mydidae and Apioceridae

Field / Identification Guide
By: Rick Rogers(Author)
127 pages, 44 plates with colour illustrations; 50+ colour photos, b/w illustrations
An Introduction to Robber Flies and Their Allies of the Southwestern United States
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  • An Introduction to Robber Flies and Their Allies of the Southwestern United States ISBN: 9781643162744 Hardback Dec 2018 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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The Southwestern United States, with its hot, dry, desert, and semi-arid habitats is one of the most species rich areas in the world for Robber Flies, and related families Apioceridae and Mydidae. This beautifully illustrated guide is dedicated to the identification of these amazing creatures.

An Introduction to Robber Flies and Their Allies of the Southwestern United States features 207 species, detailed in forty-four colour plates and over 50 photographs, and includes newly published information. It is an excellent resource for the study of these popular families of Diptera.

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Rick Rogers is a professional field entomologist known for his scientific illustrations and discoveries of new fly species. His artwork and research represent his journey in the discovery and study of these flies, many of which have not previously been illustrated.

Field / Identification Guide
By: Rick Rogers(Author)
127 pages, 44 plates with colour illustrations; 50+ colour photos, b/w illustrations
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