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Author Daly, Howell V.

Title Introduction to insect biology and diversity / Howell V. Daly, John T. Doyen, Alexander H. Purcell III ; illustrations by Barbara Boole Daly ; featuring photographs by Edward S. Ross.

Published Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, [1998]
©1998

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 UniM Cres  595.7 DALY    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description viii, 680 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour) ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 631-663) and index.
Contents Pt. 1. Insects as Organisms. 1. Introduction. 2. The Insect Body. 3. The Integument. 4. Continuity of the Generations: Development and Reproduction. 5. Maintenance and Movement. 6. Reception of Stimuli and Integration of Activities. 7. Social Relationships -- Pt. 2. Insect Ecology. 8. Population Biology. 9. Diversity and Adaptations of Insects in Selected Habitats. 10. Insects and Vascular Plants. 11. Entomophagous Insects. 12. Insects and Vertebrates. 13. Insects and Microbes. 14. Pest Management -- Pt. 3. Insect Diversity. 15. An Evolutionary Perspective of the Insecta. 16. Key to the Classes and Orders of Common Hexapodous Arthropods. 17. The Parainsecta: Collembola and Protura. 18. The Entognatha: Diplura. 19. The Apterygota: Archeognatha and Thysanura. 20. Ephemeroptera. 21. Odonata. 22. Blattodea. 23. Mantodea. 24. Isoptera. 25. Grylloblattodea. 26. Dermaptera. 27. Plecoptera. 28. Embiidina. 29. Orthoptera. 30. Phasmatodea. 31. Zoraptera. 32. Psocoptera. 33. Phthiraptera.
34. Hemiptera. 35. Thysanoptera. 36. Megaloptera. 37. Raphidioptera. 38. Neuroptera. 39. Coleoptera. 40. Strepsiptera. 41. Mecoptera. 42. Diptera. 43. Siphonaptera. 44. Lepidoptera. 45. Trichoptera. 46. Hymenoptera. 47. Collection and Preservation.
Summary Extensively revised and reorganized, the second edition of Introduction to Insect Biology and Diversity serves as an ideal text for courses in general entomology with laboratory sections. Written for students who have completed an introductory course in biology, it provides an in-depth treatment of both the biology of insects and their classification, including keys for identification for over four hundred families. The common insects of North America are discussed as well as species found elsewhere in the world.
Other author Doyen, John T.
Purcell, Alexander H., III, 1942-
Subject Entomology.
ISBN 0195100336 (cloth)