Insects of the World

Insects of the World As part of the Of the World series this book looks at the interesting and unique behaviour patterns of different types of insect explaining their astounding diversity and widespread dispersal in man

  • Title: Insects of the World
  • Author: Anthony Wootton
  • ISBN: 9780816052103
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Hardcover
  • As part of the Of the World series, this book looks at the interesting and unique behaviour patterns of different types of insect, explaining their astounding diversity and widespread dispersal in many different environments around the globe.

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    • I got a few insect books because I had a passing interest. Also because I needed to get some close-up photos so I could draw their various segments. I'm not gonna lie; some of these guys gave me the willies. And the larger-than-I-needed-to-see drawing of the centipede in all its glory was somewhat nightmare-inducing. I did learn some interesting things, though, and I will definitely reread (but skip the page with the centipede *shudder*.)


    • An excellent introduction to insects - exploring their behaviour, anatomy, physiology and biodiversity. While being accessible for a layperson it doesn't seem to scrimp too much on detail either (as far as is possible when writing a mere 200 page book on a group of over a million described species!).


    • After several frustrating experiences with horrible intro science books, I found satisfaction with this one. Wooton does a great job explaining the basic principles of insect physiology, life cycles and behaviors. Highly recommended for those interested in getting into entomology or for older children.



    • This was a required book for a class, and it proved to be a good (and simple) entomology intro. (I actually read it cover to cover which is more than I can say for other required books!)


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