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The Resource A world of insects : the Harvard University Press reader, edited by Ring T. Cardé and Vincent H. Resh

A world of insects : the Harvard University Press reader, edited by Ring T. Cardé and Vincent H. Resh

Label
A world of insects : the Harvard University Press reader
Title
A world of insects
Title remainder
the Harvard University Press reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ring T. Cardé and Vincent H. Resh
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
595.7
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QL496.4
LC item number
.W67 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Cardé, Ring T
  • Resh, Vincent H
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Insects
  • Entomology
  • Entomologists
Label
A world of insects : the Harvard University Press reader, edited by Ring T. Cardé and Vincent H. Resh
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Nature wars
  • from
  • The other insect societies
  • James T. Costa
  • Mark L. Winston--
  • Population and pests.
  • Gypsy moth,
  • from
  • Nature wars
  • Mark L. Winston
  • Insect societies.
  • The origin of cooperation,
  • from
  • The fascination of studying insects.
  • Journey to the ants
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • Location is everything.
  • The foraging abilities of a colony,
  • from
  • The wisdom of the hive
  • Thomas D. Seeley
  • Insects and the human condition.
  • People and insect plagues,
  • from
  • For the love of ants,
  • Millions of monarchs, bunches of beetles
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • War and insects.
  • Army ants,
  • from
  • Journey to the ants
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • Insect terror.
  • The creation of a pop insect,
  • from
  • from
  • Killer bees
  • Mark Winston
  • The birds and the mosquitoes.
  • Bugs that eat birds,
  • from
  • The birder's bug book
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • Water babies, risky behavior, and sex.
  • The next generation,
  • from,
  • Journey to the ants
  • A walk around the pond
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • How insects "work."
  • The search : appetitive behavior,
  • from
  • The hungry fly
  • Vincent G. Dethier
  • Hot and cold insects.
  • Night-flying moths,
  • from
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • The hot-blooded insects
  • Bernd Heinrich
  • Insect defenses.
  • The love potion,
  • from
  • For love of insects
  • Thomas Eisner
  • Love at first smell.
  • The sweet smell of success,
  • from
  • Insects and the human food supply.
  • For love of insects
  • Thomas Eisner
  • Night creatures.
  • Evasive behavior in the cockroach,
  • from
  • Nerve cells and insect behavior
  • (1963 edition)
  • Kenneth D. Roeder
  • More than just jewelry.
  • What is amber?,
  • The worm in the apple,
  • from
  • Amber
  • Andrew Ross
  • Crime scene bugs.
  • Prologue : Honolulu, 1984,
  • from
  • A fly for the prosecution
  • M. Lee Goff
  • Monarchs and movement.
  • Millions of monarchs,
  • from
  • from
  • Millions of monarchs, bunches of beetles
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • Insects and the dismal science.
  • The bumblebee colony cycle,
  • from
  • Bumblebee economics
  • Bernd Heinrich
  • Questions of paternity, reversal of sexual roles, and sex addiction.
  • Hemiptera : Heteroptera II,
Control code
ocn758383846
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
vi, 404 p.
Isbn
9780674046191
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011040323
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)758383846
Label
A world of insects : the Harvard University Press reader, edited by Ring T. Cardé and Vincent H. Resh
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Nature wars
  • from
  • The other insect societies
  • James T. Costa
  • Mark L. Winston--
  • Population and pests.
  • Gypsy moth,
  • from
  • Nature wars
  • Mark L. Winston
  • Insect societies.
  • The origin of cooperation,
  • from
  • The fascination of studying insects.
  • Journey to the ants
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • Location is everything.
  • The foraging abilities of a colony,
  • from
  • The wisdom of the hive
  • Thomas D. Seeley
  • Insects and the human condition.
  • People and insect plagues,
  • from
  • For the love of ants,
  • Millions of monarchs, bunches of beetles
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • War and insects.
  • Army ants,
  • from
  • Journey to the ants
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • Insect terror.
  • The creation of a pop insect,
  • from
  • from
  • Killer bees
  • Mark Winston
  • The birds and the mosquitoes.
  • Bugs that eat birds,
  • from
  • The birder's bug book
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • Water babies, risky behavior, and sex.
  • The next generation,
  • from,
  • Journey to the ants
  • A walk around the pond
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • How insects "work."
  • The search : appetitive behavior,
  • from
  • The hungry fly
  • Vincent G. Dethier
  • Hot and cold insects.
  • Night-flying moths,
  • from
  • Bert Hölldobler and Edward O. Wilson
  • The hot-blooded insects
  • Bernd Heinrich
  • Insect defenses.
  • The love potion,
  • from
  • For love of insects
  • Thomas Eisner
  • Love at first smell.
  • The sweet smell of success,
  • from
  • Insects and the human food supply.
  • For love of insects
  • Thomas Eisner
  • Night creatures.
  • Evasive behavior in the cockroach,
  • from
  • Nerve cells and insect behavior
  • (1963 edition)
  • Kenneth D. Roeder
  • More than just jewelry.
  • What is amber?,
  • The worm in the apple,
  • from
  • Amber
  • Andrew Ross
  • Crime scene bugs.
  • Prologue : Honolulu, 1984,
  • from
  • A fly for the prosecution
  • M. Lee Goff
  • Monarchs and movement.
  • Millions of monarchs,
  • from
  • from
  • Millions of monarchs, bunches of beetles
  • Gilbert Waldbauer
  • Insects and the dismal science.
  • The bumblebee colony cycle,
  • from
  • Bumblebee economics
  • Bernd Heinrich
  • Questions of paternity, reversal of sexual roles, and sex addiction.
  • Hemiptera : Heteroptera II,
Control code
ocn758383846
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
vi, 404 p.
Isbn
9780674046191
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2011040323
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)758383846

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