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Subject: zoology ecology entomology Series: naturalists-handbooks
- economic entomology
Aphids and their colonies are excellent arenas in which to observe predators in action. A range of insects come to eat or parasitise the aphids or to drink their honeydew.
ReadershipSixth-form, undergraduate, postgraduate, field centre, ecological consultant, wildlife trust, conservation volunteer
Table of Contents
Identification: Guide to aphid species: Key I Major groups of insects found at aphid colonies; Key II Hoverflies; Key III Ladybirds; Key IV Aphid midges; Key V Flower bugs; Key VI Lacewings; Key VII Ants; Guide to ground and rove beetles
Useful addresses; References and further reading.
- 77 pages
- Figures, b/w illustrations
- 2 colour plates
- BISAC NAT017000, SCI020000
- BIC PSVT7, PSVS, WNCN