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Behavior and Ecology of Odonata
Philip S. Corbet
Among the most ancient and powerful of insects, dragonflies fascinate scientists and nonspecialists—in part because they are large enough for the behavior of individual insects to be observed and interpreted. Indeed, so much useful information exists...

From Where I Sit
Essays on Bees, Beekeeping, and Science
Mark L. Winston
A scientist before he was a beekeeper, Mark L. Winston found in his new hobby a paradigm for understanding the role science should play in society. In essays originally appearing as columns in Bee Culture, the leading professional journal, Winston...

Principles of Insect Morphology
R. E. Snodgrass
This classic text, first published in 1935, is once again available. Still the standard reference in the English language, Principles of Insect Morphology is considered the author's masterpiece.

Insects that Feed on Trees and Shrubs
Warren T. Johnson, Howard H. Lyon
This comprehensive handbook, acclaimed when it was first published in 1976 as "one of the most useful reference manuals on diagnostic entomology yet produced," has now been completely revised and expanded to reflect recent advances in technology and...

Anatomy of the Honey Bee
R. E. Snodgrass
This book should be in the library of every student of the honey bee and bee behavior—beekeepers (both amateur and professional) as well as scientists.

Their Vision, Chemical Senses, and Language
Karl von Frisch
Now back in print after more than two decades, this classic and still-accurate account of the behavior patterns and sensory capacities of the honeybee remains a book "written with a simplicity, directness, and charm . . . ."--Yale Review

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