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Cicadas of Southern Africa An Illustrated Guide to Known Species

Flora / Fauna
Series: Suricata Volume: 7
By: RD Stephen(Author)
216 pages, colour photos
Cicadas of Southern Africa
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  • Cicadas of Southern Africa ISBN: 9781928224426 Hardback Dec 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
Price: £44.99
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This guide describes the diversity of cicadas, which are well known for their shrill song on hot summer days, but which are so skilfully concealed, that they are often only seen when disturbed, or after a careful and surreptitious search. The guide sets out to lift the covers off this interesting, shy and defenceless creature, and answer some of the questions and misconceptions about it. Above all, it is intended to be an identification aid to all those admirable specialists and dedicated amateur workers and volunteers in museums, those active in conservation, ecological impact studies, databasing and other vital biodiversity and environmental studies. It is hoped that this guide will encourage further interest and research into these largely unknown insects and their life histories, distribution, ecology and their niche in the southern African environment.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Suricata Volume: 7
By: RD Stephen(Author)
216 pages, colour photos
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