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Edited by James A. Rochelle, Leslie A. Lehmann and Joe Wisniewski
The book contains 15 chapters and provides an overview and synthesis of forest fragmentation and its influences on key ecological processes and vertebrate productivity. Land use practices and their effects on vertebrate populations and productivity are discussed and examples of several planning ...
Christa L. Deeleman-Reinhold
K. A. Efetov & G. M. Tarmann
This book is an attempt to summarize all knowledge and enable entomologists to identify all species belonging to these four genera. Moreover, this work complements to the The western Palaearctic Zygaenidae and it will later be accompanied by a distribution atlas. A short summary of the ...
Compiled and edited by Cynthia Davies, Jonathan Shelley, Paul Harding, Ian McLean, Ross Gardiner and Graeme Peirson
For most British natural historians, there is one vertebrate order that could well be said to be “out of sight, out of mind.” This is our freshwater fishes, familiar principally only to anglers, those concerned with managing rivers and other waterbodies, and a few research scientists. The ...
The Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, Cumbria, England
The Fritsch Collection is a unique pictoral herbarium of algal illustrations begun by the late Professor F.E. Fritsch. The collection includes about 512,000 illustrations, originating from more than 15,000 publications.
Michael Schmitt, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität, Greifswald, Germany
Willi Hennig (1913-1976), laid the fundaments of a 'scientific revolution' in Biological Systematics by his method called "Phylogenetic Systematics". The book describes the historical development of this 'scientific revolution', and highlights the life and the work of a 'cautious revolutioniser' ...
Edited by John Langmaid, A. Maitland Emmet and John Heath
Each volume in the very well known series The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Irelandcontains special introductory chapters on important aspects of the study of British Lepidoptera; keys to families and species; a systematic section consisting of a full description, details of the ...
Edited by M. J. Scoble
The Geometridae is one of the most species-rich families of Lepidoptera. This outstanding book is the first comprehensive catalogue of the 35,000 names of these insects. The primary purpose of the work is to provide a substantial body of taxonomic information, much of it previously unpublished, ...
V. M. Redondo, F. J. Gastón & R. Gimeno
This book covers the whole of Geometrid moths fauna of mainland Spain and Portugal including the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza). It is a big step forward and a fine supplement to The Geometrid Moths of Europe, both for those with a special interest in Iberian Geometridae as for ...
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