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Field Guide to Insects of South Africa

by Mike Picker & Charles Griffiths

This is the first comprehensive field guide to the insects of South Africa, with descriptions of over 1 200 of the region's insects. The easy-to-read accounts cover identification, biology, distribution and...


Better Beekeeping: The Ultimate Guide to Keeping Stronger Colonies and Healthier, More Productive Bees

by Flottum Kim

"Better Beekeeping is the most lucid call to action ever written about land-based beekeeping."-Tammy Horn, author of Bees in America and Beeconomy: What Women and Bees Can Teach Us about Local Trade and the...


Wicked Bugs: The Louse That Conquered Napoleon's Army & Other Diabolical Insects

by Amy Stewart

In this darkly comical look at the sinister side of our relationship with the natural world,

Stewart has tracked down over one hundred of our worst entomological foes-creatures

that infest, infect, and generally...


Storey's Guide to Keeping Honey Bees: Honey Production, Pollination, Bee Health

by RichardE. Bonney & MalcolmT. Sanford

Everyone is buzzing about bees! Urban beekeeping is on the rise as swarms of people do their part to help nurture local food systems, make gardens more productive, connect with nature, and rescue honey bee populations...


Damselflies of Texas: A Field Guide

by John C. Abbott & Barrett Anthony Klein

On any warm summer day, you can easily observe damselflies around a vegetated pond or the rocks along the banks of a stream. Like the more familiar dragonfly, damselflies are among the most remarkably distinctive...


A Short History of the Honey Bee: Humans, Flowers, and Bees in the Eternal Chase for Honey

by Ilona McCarty & E. Readicker-Henderson

There are around 16,000 species of bee. Only seven of these are responsible for creating the world's sweetest treat - honey. Combining Ilona's gorgeous photography and E. Readicker-Henderson's engaging text,...


Attracting Native Pollinators: The Xerces Society Guide to Conserving North American Bees and Butterflies and Their Habitat

by TheXercesSociety

The recent decline of the European honey bee and other pollinators in North America poses a serious challenge to our food supply and ecological health. About 75 percent of all flowering plants rely on pollinators...


Starting Right with Bees: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-36

by StoreyPublishingLLC

Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles...


The Lore of the Honey Bee - Natural History and Bee-Keeping

by Tickner Edwardes

Originally published in 1908. One of the earliest books on bee keeping and the natural history of the honey bee. Contents Include: The Ancients and the Honey Bee The Isle of Honey Bee Masters in the Middle Ages...


First Lessons In Beekeeping

by C. P. Dadant

Originally published in 1917, this is a wonderful early work on beekeeping and contains much information and many photos. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are...


The Dragonfly Diaries: The Unlikely Story of Europe's First Dragonfly Sanctuary

by Ruary Mackenzie Dodds

Britain is home to some forty species of dragonfly, and public interest in their plight is high right now thanks to their primeval beauty, aerobatic grace and a growing realisation of their importance for water...


Dance of the Dragonfly

by Donna Torres

Gracefully dancing across the pond, moving high into the beyond, together they rise up in the air without a care... as they dance the dance of the dragonfly... Suitable for all ages, Donna invites you to come...


Robbing the Bees: A Biography of Honey--The Sweet Liquid Gold that Seduced the World

by Holley Bishop

"Honey has been waiting almost ten million years for a good biography," writes Holley Bishop. Bees have been making this food on Earth for hundreds of millennia, but we humans started recording our fascination...


Spiders and Their Kin

by Herbert W. Levi, Lorna R. Levi & Nicholas Strekalovsky

This eBook is best viewed on a color device. Enjoy and Learn!

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Easy-to-Read!

This introduction to the diverse yet little known world of spiders is packed with concise, accurate information. With...


Insects

by Clarence Cottam & Herbert S. Zim

This eBook is best viewed on a color device. Enjoy and Learn!

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This handy guide to the most common, important and showy North American insects will help the novice begin a fascinating...


The Biggle Bee Book: A Swarm of Facts on Practical Beekeeping, Carefully Hived

by Jacob Biggle

“As long as I can remember, even as a boy, there were bees kept on our farm,” wrote Jacob Biggle in his preface to The Biggle Bee Book. “If for no other reason than to insure the proper fertilization...


Mosquito

by Andrew Spielman

Now in paperback--a fascinating work of popular science from a world-renowned expert on mosquitoes and a prize-winning reporter.

In this lively and comprehensive portrait of the mosquito, its role in history,...


The Eat-a-Bug Cookbook, Revised: 40 Ways to Cook Crickets, Grasshoppers, Ants, Water Bugs, Spiders, Centipedes, and Their Kin

by David George Gordon

With its stylish new package, updated information on the health and environmental benefits of insect eating, and breed-your-own instructions, this new edition of The Eat-a-Bug Cookbook is the go-to resource...


Bugs In The System: Insects And Their Impact On Human Affairs

by May R. Berenbaum

An introduction to insect physiology, genetics and behaviour which looks at the interaction between humans and insects, and explores both the positive and negative aspects of the relationship.


The Red Hourglass: Lives of the Predators

by Gordon Grice

Snake venom that digests human flesh. A building cleared of every living thing by a band of tiny spiders. An infant insect eating its living prey from within, saving the vital organs for last. These are among...