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Understanding Bee Anatomy A Full Colour Guide

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By: Ian Michael Stell(Author)
203 pages, 624 colour & b/w photos and colour illustrations
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Understanding Bee Anatomy aims to do two things, to explain the structure of this fascinating insect and, through stunning images, to reveal the intricate detail. Dr Stell has applied his knowledge of the human body in describing the honeybee, system by system. Understanding Bee Anatomy starts with a chapter on the developmental stages, showing the internal changes taking place from the egg, to the larva then the pupa. It includes chapters on all body parts, wings and flight structures, the circulatory, respiratory and digestive systems and finishes with chapters on the queen and the drone. The anatomy is explained in clear colour diagrams and illustrated with over six hundred high-quality photographs. These include electron micrographs, close-up images, high-power stained sections (histology) and other techniques. This concise but readable book is perfect for the BBKA exams in bee biology. It is also a valuable resource for any beekeeper wanting to understand his insects better, or any student or scientist working in this area.

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Textbook
By: Ian Michael Stell(Author)
203 pages, 624 colour & b/w photos and colour illustrations
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