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Insects, Spiders and Other Terrestrial Arthropods #2020

Insects Spiders and Other Terrestrial Arthropods Smithsonian Handbooks are the most visually appealing guides on the natural world in the book marketplace Featuring than full color illustrations and photographs along with detailed annotations

  • Title: Insects, Spiders and Other Terrestrial Arthropods
  • Author: George C. McGavin
  • ISBN: 9780789493927
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Insects, Spiders and Other Terrestrial Arthropods By George C. McGavin, Smithsonian Handbooks are the most visually appealing guides on the natural world in the book marketplace Featuring than 500 full color illustrations and photographs, along with detailed annotations, Smithsonian Handbooks make identification easy and accurate.

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    1 thought on “Insects, Spiders and Other Terrestrial Arthropods

    1. Good for a broad overview of insect diversity, but not good for learning differences between orders and families I wish they would have talked about distinguishing differences between taxa Tidbits about random individual species made the book take a long time to read.

    2. One unique trait about me, is that I want to pursue the career of becoming an Entomologist, which is a type of scientist that studies insects and other terrestrial arthropods So, of course I needed to include one of my favorite books I have read this year One very interesting thing about the book is that it is written by an author who is from and lives in the United Kingdom, so it was very interesting to see how his British influence and details of entomology differs from the American influence [...]

    3. Fun introduction but not useful as an identification guide It covers too wide an area and too vast a field.

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