HAWAIIAN INSECTS AND THEIR KIN
by F. G. Howarth & W. P. Mull
1992, 160 pages, 200 color photos. Overview of entomological fauna of the Islands focuses on native arthropods, but also includes introduced species. Orients readers to Hawaiis unique environment, diverse ecosystems, and little-known insect life. From sandhoppers, centipedes, and crickets to beetles, bugs and butterflies, describes characteristics and habitats, and how each came to be in the islands. Striking photographs help reveal one of the most unusual insect faunas on earth. Hardcover; 6-1/4 x 9-1/4″.
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