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

Bees of Europe

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
Series: Hymenoptera of Europe Volume: 1
By: Denis Michez(Author), Pierre Rasmont(Author), Michaël Terzo(Author), Nicolas J Vereecken(Author)
548 pages, 70 plates with colour photos; 233 b/w line drawings
Publisher: NAP Editions
NHBS
The first field guide to the bees of Europe, this must-have publication provides keys for all 77 genera, an inventory of all species, and complete descriptions for representative species of each genus.
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  • Bees of Europe ISBN: 9782913688346 Hardback Dec 2019 In stock
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This guide is the first volume of a series on Hymenoptera of Europe. In its first part, a general presentation is given on their morphology, ecology, evolution and methods for establishing a collection of specimens. The authors also propose a key for the identification of all superfamilies recorded on the European continent. The book deals with the biology, morphology, ecology and conservation of European wild bees. It offers the first illustrated identification key for the 77 genera, as well as an exhaustive inventory of species and a complete description of representative examples of wild bees within each genus, taking into account the latest scientific advances.

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Field / Identification Guide Identification Key New
Series: Hymenoptera of Europe Volume: 1
By: Denis Michez(Author), Pierre Rasmont(Author), Michaël Terzo(Author), Nicolas J Vereecken(Author)
548 pages, 70 plates with colour photos; 233 b/w line drawings
Publisher: NAP Editions
NHBS
The first field guide to the bees of Europe, this must-have publication provides keys for all 77 genera, an inventory of all species, and complete descriptions for representative species of each genus.
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