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By: SR Leather, KA Walters and JS Bale
300 pages, 30 b/w photos, 40 line illus
Insect overwintering is a fascinating process involving many physiological, epidemiological, biochemical and behavioural changes. Its study can also be vital in predicting patterns of disease epidemic and crop destruction by some species. This book provides an overview of current knowledge.
'... [of] real value to a broad range of entomologists and ecologists.' Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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