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Ladybugs of Alberta Finding the Spots and Connecting the Dots

Field / Identification Guide
By: John Acorn
167 pages, colour photos and illus
Ladybugs of Alberta
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  • Ladybugs of Alberta ISBN: 9780888643810 Paperback Mar 2007 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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The first regional field guide for North American ladybirds. With colour photographs and illustrations on 70 different species, Acorn guides readers to discover rare and unique ladybugs found in Alberta. The author also explores the effect that both humans and introduced species have on ladybugs' habitat and survival.

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What is a Ladybug?; The Life of a Ladybug; Ladybug Study in Alberta; Introduced Ladybugs and Conservation; The Lesser Ladybugs of Alberta; The Larger Ladybugs of Alberta; References.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: John Acorn
167 pages, colour photos and illus
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