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Wasps of the World A Guide to Every Family

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Series: A Guide to Every Family Volume: 8
By: Simon van Noort(Author), Gavin R Broad(Author)
240 pages, 300 colour photos, b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
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A richly illustrated guide to wasps around the world. Wasps have been around since before the dinosaurs and are one of the world's largest insect groups. More than 150,000 species have been identified, and while the black-and-yellow insect with a cinched waist may be the most familiar, most wasps are tiny parasitoids that use other insects for food. Wasps of the World provides a breathtaking look at the diverse characteristics, habitats, and lifestyles of these extraordinary insects.

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Simon van Noort is curator of entomology at the Iziko South African Museum in Cape Town and coordinator of WaspWeb.org, a bioinformatics resource for wasps of the Afrotropical region. Gavin Broad is principal curator in charge of insects at the Natural History Museum in London and associate editor of the European Journal of Taxonomy and Insect Conservation and Diversity.

New
Series: A Guide to Every Family Volume: 8
By: Simon van Noort(Author), Gavin R Broad(Author)
240 pages, 300 colour photos, b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
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