INSECTS ARE EVERYWHERE!
by John J.S. Burton & Gregory R. Ballmer
2016, 74 pages, color photos throughout. English and Lao language text. Written and photographed by U.S. entomologists with more than 50 years combined experience who have traveled extensively in Laos. Join a young girl for a week as she walks around a rural village and talks about the rich diversity of insects and spiders occurring there. In addition to insect diversity, the book touches on the subjects of edibility, habitats, life cycles, camouflage, identification, whether they are beneficial or harmful, and insect relatives. It is generously illustrated with more than 240 excellent photographs. Scientific names of arthropod orders, English names, and page references are included in the back of the book.
Paperback; 9-3/4 x 9-3/4″.
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