Written by well-known naturalists and photographers, this guide will enable the easy identification of around 1, 000 of the more common insects found in the region. The carefully chosen selection represents all insect groups, with a bias towards the more prominent species, so that all the butterflies, grasshoppers, crickets, damselflies and dragonflies occurring in Britain have been included. Over 700 colour photographs show the species in their natural habitats, and around 100 line-drawings clearly show important features, enabling accurate identification.in an insect body, with six in the head, three in the thorax, and 11 in the abdomen . By no means all of these are ... Parts of the head are given specific names, as shown in the accompanying diagram of a grasshopper head. Antennae types Theanbsp;...
|Title||:||FIELD GUIDE TO INSECTS OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN EUROPE|
|Publisher||:||Crowood - 2011-10-18|