BUGS & SLUGS
An Introduction to Familiar North American Invertebrates
by James Kavanagh
2002, 12-page foldout, color illustrations. This convenient guide reviews some of the most common species of insects and a few other invertebrates that are familiar and widespread throughout North America. Groupings include bees, ants & allies; flies & mosquitoes; butterflies & moths; beetles; grasshoppers & allies; cicadas & allies; true bugs; dragonflies & allies; and spiders & allies. In addition, there are groupings of household insects, freshwater invertebrates, and other invertebrates. A brief description to help identify the species, common name & scientific family or species name, and size are indicated under each illustration.
The guide is laminated for durability. It measures 8-1/2 x 3-1/2″, and opens to 8-1/2 x 22″.
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