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Tiger Beetles of Alberta Killers on the Clay, Stalkers on the Sand

Popular Science
By: John Acorn
120 pages, Col photos, col illus, distrib maps
Tiger Beetles of Alberta
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  • Tiger Beetles of Alberta ISBN: 9780888643452 Paperback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Among beetles, tiger beetles are some of the favourites of nature-loving people. Large, active, and colourful, tiger beetles are as watchable as birds, and easily as fascinating. Well-loved naturalist John Acorn offers a fun and fascinating look at some of Alberta's smaller citizens.

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John Acorn is a writer, broadcaster and entomologist. He lives in Edmonton with his wife Dena and son Jesse.

Popular Science
By: John Acorn
120 pages, Col photos, col illus, distrib maps
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Well known for his television series Acorn: The Nature Nut, the author draws on his experience to give us a colorful and informative examination of tiger beetles, masterfully expelling scientific jargon along the way and replacing it with more user-friendly terminology... Overall, "Tiger Beetles of Alberta" is an engaging, reasonably priced book aimed at non-professionals." -- Great Plains Research Vol 13 No. 2, 2003.

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