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Tiger Beetles are one of the most-studied groups of non-pest insects and are increasingly chosen as indicator species for efforts to preserve natural habitats. This richly illustrated book provides a review of research on the natural history, systematics, behavior, physiology, ecology, and conservation of tiger beetles. The authors draw upon past and recent studies and their own extensive research experience to provide a synthesis of current knowledge on tiger beetle biology. Moreover, they apply this knowledge to a detailed description of the rich fauna of the south Atlantic coastal states (Delaware to Georgia); a region where tiger beetle populations have been little studied but heavily impacted by change.
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Tom D. Schultz is an associate professor of biology at Denison University, Granville Ohio, where he teaches courses in animal behavior, entomology, evolution, and conservation biology. He is director of the Denison University Biological Reserve, also in Granville.
C. Barry Knisley is professor of biology at Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia where he teaches courses in ecology, entomology, environmental studies, and field biology.
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Book Description VMNH, 1997. Condition: New. viii, 209, col photos, text figs, maps. . PB. NEW. . . . Seller Inventory # 3697
Book Description Virginia Museum of Natural History, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1884549071
Book Description Virginia Museum of Natural His, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111884549071