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Field Guides & Natural History  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Beetles (Coleoptera)

Der Kosmos Käferführer Die Käfer Mitteleuropas

Field / Identification Guide
By: Karl Wilhelm Harde(Author), František Severa(Author)
352 pages, 100 colour photosm, 1000+ colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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  • Der Kosmos Käferführer ISBN: 9783440139325 Edition: 7 Hardback Apr 2014 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Language: German

Beetles make up the most species-rich order of insects. Der Kosmos-Käferführer offers a representative overviewo of the fascinating beetle diversity of Central Europe with its over 1000 detailed color drawings. Fast and reliable determination for the amateur naturalist and the professional, as well as a wealth of information on beetle biology, make this professional standard work an essential field guide.

Summary in German:
Käfer bilden die artenreichste Ordnung der Insekten. Der Kosmos-Käferführer gibt mit seinen über 1000 detaillierten Farbzeichnungen einen repräsentativen Überblick über die faszinierende Vielfalt der Käfer Mitteleuropas. Schnelles und sicheres Bestimmen für den Naturfreund und den Fachmann, sowie eine Fülle von Informationen rund um die Biologie der Käfer machen dieses kompetente Standardwerk zum unentbehrlichen Naturführer.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Karl Wilhelm Harde(Author), František Severa(Author)
352 pages, 100 colour photosm, 1000+ colour illustrations
Publisher: Kosmos Verlag
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