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American Insects by Vernon L. Kellogg

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American Insects
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Publisher: Holt
ISBN/ASIN: B004J8CUEI
Number of pages: 758

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This book is written in the endeavor to foster an interest in insect biology on the part of students of natural history, of nature observers, and of general readers; it provides in a single volume a general systematic account of all the principal groups of insects as they occur in America, together with special accounts of the structure, physiology, development and metamorphoses, and of certain particularly interesting and important ecological relations of insects with the world around them.

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