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

Ants of Madagascar: A Guide to the 62 Genera / Fourmis de Madagascar: Un Guide pour les 62 Genres

Field / Identification Guide
By: Brian L Fisher(Author), Christian Peeters(Author)
260 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, 2 colour maps, 1 colour table
Ants of Madagascar: A Guide to the 62 Genera / Fourmis de Madagascar: Un Guide pour les 62 Genres
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  • Ants of Madagascar: A Guide to the 62 Genera / Fourmis de Madagascar: Un Guide pour les 62 Genres ISBN: 9782953892383 Paperback Jan 2019 In stock
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Language: Bilingual in English and French

Ants are among the most conspicuous and ecologically important of insects. This guide introduces the fascinating and diverse ant fauna of Madagascar, covering 62 genera. The authors discuss their natural history, ecology, and distribution pattems in an extensive introduction, as well as a history of their study and field collecting techniques. Two glossaries are included to help readers identify ants, after which a full-two-thirds of the guide is a photographic guide to the subfamilies and genera.

Contents

Préface / Preface   2
Remerciements / Acknowledgements   4
Introduction / Introduction   6
Glossaire définissant les termes utilisés / Glossary of terms   51
Glossaire illustré / Illustrated glossary   87
Les sous-families de fourmis de Madagascar / The ant subfamilies of Madagascar   91
Les genres de fourmis de Madagascar / The ant genera of Madagascar   99
Bibliographie / References   243
Index de noms scientifiques / Index of scientific names   252

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Brian L Fisher(Author), Christian Peeters(Author)
260 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, 2 colour maps, 1 colour table
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