Nov 07 2019
Key to Insect Orders
Using this unique keying software (Lucid) you do not need to know the taxonomy of the Insect Order you are trying to identify – you can progress from any level or characteristic learning as you go, solving the taxonomic problems by trial and error. This approach makes Key to Insect Orders suitable for secondary and tertiary education levels. This visually engaging key contains an extensive collection of exquisite insect drawings showing taxonomic details, text information on the Orders and beautiful photographic images of insect specimens.
Originally developed at The University of Queensland, Entomology Department. This revised edition has been authored by Professor Steve Marshall, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Posted inInsects Invertebrates
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