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Atlas zur Biologie der Wasserinsekten

By: Wilfried Wichard(Author), Werner Arens(Author), Gerhard Eisenbeis(Author)
338 pages, 304 b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Atlas zur Biologie der Wasserinsekten
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  • Atlas zur Biologie der Wasserinsekten ISBN: 9783642394515 Paperback Oct 2013 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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  • Atlas zur Biologie der Wasserinsekten ISBN: 9783437307430 Hardback Dec 1995 Out of Print #44629
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Language: German

Originally published in 1999 by Gustav Fischer Verlag, now available in paperback. This textbook delves into the biology of aquatic insects, discussing physiological and ecological adaptations in-depth.

Summary in German:
Dieser Atlas lenkt mit seinen zahlreichen rasterelektronischen Abbildungen den Blick auf die bizarre Welt der Wasserinsekten. Gut bekannte und weit verbreitete Arten schaffen einen orientierenden Überblick über die außergewöhnliche Formenvielfalt. Daneben sind viele Arten von anderen Kontinenten und aus den verschiedensten aquatischen Lebensräumen der Welt berücksichtigt. Die erläuternden Texte und die klärenden Zeichnungen beschreiben die Biologie der dargestellten Wasserinsekten und zeigen, dass hinter der Formenmannigfaltigkeit der Tiere stets physiologische Mechanismen für die ökologische Anpassung an das Leben im Wasser stehen.

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By: Wilfried Wichard(Author), Werner Arens(Author), Gerhard Eisenbeis(Author)
338 pages, 304 b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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