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Good Reads  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Insects: General

How to Read an Insect A Smart Guide to What Insects Do and Why

Popular Science New
By: Ross Piper(Author)
224 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
How to Read an Insect
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  • How to Read an Insect ISBN: 9780750997102 Hardback Jun 2021 In stock
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About this book

How to Read an Insect takes you on an unforgettable tour of the insect world, presenting these amazing creatures as you have never seen them before.

This stunningly illustrated guide puts a wealth of fascinating behaviours under the microscope – from elegant displays of courtship to brutal acts of predation. Along the way, Ross Piper charts the evolution of insects and reveals everything you need to know about how they nest, feed, reproduce and defend themselves. He concludes by discussing the impact of the human world on insects, and what we can do to prevent their decline in numbers.

- Features a wealth of breathtaking colour photos, illustrations and graphics
- Explores the remarkable behaviours of exotic insects as well as those in your own back garden
- Draws on the latest research on insect behaviour

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Biography

Ross Piper is an entomologist, zoologist and explorer. He has also been a presenter and on-screen expert for the BBC and Sky. He is a fellow of the Royal Entomological Society and a visiting fellow at the University of Essex. His other books include the acclaimed Animal Earth.

Popular Science New
By: Ross Piper(Author)
224 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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