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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Bees, Ants & Wasps (Hymenoptera)

Ants of Britain and Europe A Photographic Guide

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By: Claude Lebas(Author), Christophe Galkowski(Author), Rumsaïs Blatrix(Author), Philippe Wegnez(Author)
416 pages, ~600 colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
Ants of Britain and Europe
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  • Ants of Britain and Europe ISBN: 9781472954084 Paperback 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Jun 2019
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Originally published in French, this photographic field guide covers every species of ant found in Britain and Europe.

More than 400 species of ant can be found in Europe, and Ants of Britain and Europe covers them all,with detailed descriptions for more than 150 of the more commonly encountered.

The species accounts include information on field characteristics, confusion species, habitat and biology, and appear along with accurate distribution maps. Ants of Britain and Europe also features a comprehensive introduction to ant ecology and guidance on where to look for ants and how to study them in the field, a glossary, an overview of families, and a detailed, illustrated identification key.

Nearly 600 superb photos are included, showing species close-up to highlight identification features and in their natural habitats. This is the first such guide to these insects, bringing these crucial yet often overlooked insects into the spotlight.

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Claude Lebas is a teacher, and has been a member of the OPIE (the Office for the Protection of Insects and their Environment) since 1977. Christophe Galkowski from Association AntArea is a professor of biology. RumsaÏs Blatrix is a researcher at CNRS (the National Centre for Scientific Research in France), where he studies the interactions between plants and ants in tropical areas. Philippe Wegnez is president of the CEL (Entomology Circle of Liege).

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Coming Soon SPECIAL OFFER
By: Claude Lebas(Author), Christophe Galkowski(Author), Rumsaïs Blatrix(Author), Philippe Wegnez(Author)
416 pages, ~600 colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps
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