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Butterflies 2019 (Calendar): Firefly Books Butterflies 2019 (Calendar)
Firefly Books
R233 R159 Discovery Miles 1 590 Save R74 (32%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

A wall calendar featuring beautiful photographs of butterflies by leading photographers.

Following the Wild Bees - The Craft and Science of Bee Hunting (Hardcover): Thomas D. Seeley Following the Wild Bees - The Craft and Science of Bee Hunting (Hardcover)
Thomas D. Seeley
R417 R331 Discovery Miles 3 310 Save R86 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Following the Wild Bees is a delightful foray into the pastime of bee hunting, an exhilarating outdoor activity that used to be practiced widely but which few people know about today. Thomas Seeley, a world authority on honey bees, vividly describes the history and science behind this lost pastime and how anyone can do it. Following the Wild Bees is both a unique meditation on the pleasures of the natural world and a guide to the ingenious methods that compose the craft of the bee hunter. Seeley explains how one finds a patch of flowers humming with honey bees, captures and sumptuously feeds the bees, and then releases and follows them, step-by-step in whatever direction they fly, back to their secret residence in a hollow tree, old building, or abandoned hive. The bee hunter's reward is a thrilling encounter with nature that challenges mind and body while also giving new insights into the remarkable behavior of honey bees living in the wild. Drawing on decades of experience as a bee hunter and bee biologist, Seeley weaves informative discussions of the biology of wild honey bees with colorful historical anecdotes, personal insights, and beautiful photos. Whether you're a bee enthusiast or just curious about the natural world, Following the Wild Bees is the ideal companion for newcomers to bee hunting and a rare treat for armchair naturalists.

Dr. Eleanor's Book of Common Ants of California (Paperback): Eleanor Spicer Rice Dr. Eleanor's Book of Common Ants of California (Paperback)
Eleanor Spicer Rice; Photographs by Alex Wild; Rob Dunn
R323 R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Save R24 (7%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Did you know that for every human on earth, there are about one million ants? They are among the longest-lived insects with some ant queens passing the thirty-year mark as well as some of the strongest. Fans of both the city and countryside alike, ants decompose dead wood, turn over soil (in some places more than earthworms), and even help plant forests by distributing seeds. But while fewer than thirty of the nearly one thousand ant species living in North America are true pests, we cringe when we see them marching across our kitchen floors. No longer! In this witty, accessible, and beautifully illustrated guide, Eleanor Spicer Rice, Alex Wild, and Rob Dunn metamorphose creepy-crawly revulsion into myrmecological wonder. Emerging from Dunn's ambitious citizen science project Your Wild Life (an initiative based at North Carolina State University) and the work of Brian Fisher with the California Academy of Sciences, Dr. Eleanor's Book of Common Ants of California provides an eye-opening entomological overview of the natural history of California's species most noted by project participants and even offers tips on keeping ant farms in your home. Exploring species from the high noon and harvester ants to the honeypot and acrobat ants, and featuring Wild's stunning photography, this guide will be a tremendous resource for teachers, students, and scientists alike. But more than this, it will transform the way Californians perceive the environment around them by deepening their understanding of its littlest inhabitants, inspiring everyone to find their inner naturalist, get outside, and crawl across the dirt magnifying glass in hand.

Northeast Garden Bugs (Poster): Craig MacGowan Northeast Garden Bugs (Poster)
Craig MacGowan
R108 R101 Discovery Miles 1 010 Save R7 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Two-sided plastic laminated cards developed by a teacher of marine science. Color drawings, common and scientific names, information on size and habitat.

A Book of Bees - --and How to Keep Them (Paperback): Sue Hubbell A Book of Bees - --and How to Keep Them (Paperback)
Sue Hubbell
R286 R231 Discovery Miles 2 310 Save R55 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"The real masterwork that Sue Hubbell has created is her life," David Quammen wrote in the New York Times. This book is, like its author, a unique achievement. Weaving a vivid portrait of her own life and her bees' lives through the seasons, Hubbell writes "about bees to be sure, but also about other things: the important difference between loneliness and solitude . . . the accommodating of oneself to nature" (Philadelphia Inquirer).


We Need Butterflies (Hardcover): Patricia Hutchison We Need Butterflies (Hardcover)
Patricia Hutchison
R500 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R110 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Introduces readers to the roles of butterflies in world ecosystems, as well as threats to butterfly populations and conservation efforts. Eye-catching infographics, clear text, and a "That's Amazing!" feature make this book an engaging exploration of the importance of butterflies.

Where Honeybees Thrive - Stories from the Field (Paperback): Heather Swan Where Honeybees Thrive - Stories from the Field (Paperback)
Heather Swan
R544 R471 Discovery Miles 4 710 Save R73 (13%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Colony Collapse Disorder, ubiquitous pesticide use, industrial agriculture, habitat reduction--these are just a few of the issues causing unprecedented trauma in honeybee populations worldwide. In this artfully illustrated book, Heather Swan embarks on a narrative voyage to discover solutions to--and understand the sources of--the plight of honeybees. Through a lyrical combination of creative nonfiction and visual imagery, Where Honeybees Thrive tells the stories of the beekeepers, farmers, artists, entomologists, ecologists, and other advocates working to stem the damage and reverse course for this critical pollinator. Using her own quest for understanding as a starting point, Swan highlights the innovative projects and strategies these groups employ. Her mosaic approach to engaging with the environment not only reveals the incredibly complex political ecology in which bees live--which includes human and nonhuman actors alike--but also suggests ways of comprehending and tackling a host of other conflicts between postindustrial society and the natural world. Each chapter closes with an illustrative full-color gallery of bee-related artwork. A luminous journey from the worlds of honey producers, urban farmers, and mead makers of the United States to those of beekeepers of Sichuan, China, and researchers in southern Africa, Where Honeybees Thrive traces the global web of efforts to secure a sustainable future for honeybees--and ourselves.

Dragonflies & Damselfies - A natural history (Hardcover): Dennis Paulson Dragonflies & Damselfies - A natural history (Hardcover)
Dennis Paulson 1
R609 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R117 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Dragonflies are often called birdwatchers' insects. They are large, brightly colored, active in the daytime, and with complex and interesting behavior. Like butterflies, they appeal even to people who don't think highly of insects in general. They have been with us since the dinosaurs lived, and they continue to flourish. Their ancestors were the biggest insects ever, and they still impress us with their size-the largest is bigger than a small hummingbird. There are over 6,000 species of Odonata known at present, and you need only to visit any wetland on a warm summer day to be enthralled by their bright colors and fascinating behavior.

The Book of Beetles - A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred of Nature's Gems (Hardcover): Patrice Bouchard The Book of Beetles - A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred of Nature's Gems (Hardcover)
Patrice Bouchard
R1,084 R848 Discovery Miles 8 480 Save R236 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

When renowned British geneticist J. B. S. Haldane was asked what could be inferred about God from a study of his works, Haldane replied, "An inordinate fondness for beetles." With 350,000 known species, and scientific estimates that millions more have yet to be identified, their abundance is indisputable as is their variety. They range from the delightful summer firefly to the one-hundred-gram Goliath beetle. Beetles offer a dazzling array of shapes, sizes, and colors that entice scientists and collectors across the globe.
"The Book of Beetles" celebrates the beauty and diversity of this marvelous insect. Six hundred significant beetle species are covered, with each entry featuring a distribution map, basic biology, conservation status, and information on cultural and economic significance. Full-color photos show the beetles both at their actual size and enlarged to show details, such as the sextet of spots that distinguish the six-spotted tiger beetle or the jagged ridges of the giant-jawed sawyer beetle. Based in the most up-to-date science and accessibly written, the descriptive text will appeal to researchers and armchair coleopterists alike.
The humble beetle continues to grow in popularity, taking center stage in biodiversity studies, sustainable agriculture programs, and even the dining rooms of adventurous and eco-conscious chefs. "The Book of Beetles" is certain to become the authoritative reference on these remarkably adaptable and beautiful creatures.

A Swift Guide to Butterflies of Mexico and Central America - Second Edition (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Jeffrey Glassberg A Swift Guide to Butterflies of Mexico and Central America - Second Edition (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Jeffrey Glassberg
R704 R598 Discovery Miles 5 980 Save R106 (15%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

A groundbreaking photographic field guide to almost all of Mexico's butterfly species and many of Central America's This is a revised second edition of a groundbreaking photographic field guide to the butterflies of Mexico and Central America. It covers almost all of the more than 1,700 butterfly species found in Mexico, plus many found only in Central America, including more than two-thirds of those in Costa Rica. Written by Jeffrey Glassberg, the pioneering authority on the field identification of butterflies, the guide features 3,250 large, gorgeous color photographs, the very best images available, accompanied by authoritative facing-page text. Range maps, field marks, and host plants are included for all Mexican butterflies. This second edition includes more species, many new photos, and updated text, maps, and species names. The result is an ideal field guide that will enable you to identify almost every butterfly you see. * A revised second edition of a groundbreaking guide, featuring more species, many new photos, and updated text, maps, and species names* The first complete guide to Mexican butterflies* Covers almost all of Mexico's more than 1,700 species, plus many Central American species, including more than two-thirds of those in Costa Rica* Written by the pioneering authority on the field identification of butterflies* Beautifully illustrated with 3,250 color photographs that highlight key identification features* Range maps, field marks, and host plants for all Mexican species* Authoritative facing-page text* An invaluable tool for field identification

Why Every Fly Counts - A Documentation about the Value and Endangerment of Insects (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2017): Hans-Dietrich... Why Every Fly Counts - A Documentation about the Value and Endangerment of Insects (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2017)
Hans-Dietrich Reckhaus
R814 R763 Discovery Miles 7 630 Save R51 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book discusses the beneficial and harmful effects of insects and explains their development and significance for biodiversity.Threatening pests or threatened beneficials? Biting midges are wonderful insects. The animals are so tiny and uniquely shaped that they are particularly good at pollinating the small and tight flowers of the cocoa tree. Without them, there would be much less chocolate. We associate other insects more with the damage that they cause. Mosquitoes and wasps bite us. Moth larvae damage textiles and contaminate foods. Ants undermine our paths and flies are just a pain.But what exactly is our relationship with insects? Are they more beneficial or harmful? What role do they play in the world? What are the effects of climate change: Will the number of insects continue to increase?

Life Cycle of a Butterfly (Hardcover): Karen Kenney Life Cycle of a Butterfly (Hardcover)
Karen Kenney
R212 R169 Discovery Miles 1 690 Save R43 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Minibeasts with Jess French: Masses of mindblowing minibeast facts! (Paperback): Jess French Minibeasts with Jess French: Masses of mindblowing minibeast facts! (Paperback)
Jess French
R343 R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Save R63 (18%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Fancy meeting a foot-long centipede or a spider the size of your dinner plate? Willing to let the world's weirdest and most fascinating minibeasts join you on your sofa?

Then allow Jess French to lead you head first through the unbelievable world of invertebrates and explore their incredible adaptations, from dancing scorpions and blood-sucking moths to zombie spiders and slime-shooting worms.

Marvel at how minibeasts have evolved to survive in almost every describable habitat. Discover the fascinating ways they find food, mate, fight, hide and collaborate in even the most extreme conditions! And pore over more than 250 breathtakingly detailed photographs of astonishing invertebrates.

With her unparalled zeal for minibeasts, Jess will enlighten you on the most fascinating and intense aspects of the minibeast world, revealing everything from cloaks made of corpses to mid-flight kamikaze mating.

The Secret Life of Flies (Hardcover): Erica McAlister The Secret Life of Flies (Hardcover)
Erica McAlister
R545 R429 Discovery Miles 4 290 Save R116 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Trait  de la Culture Du Nopal Et de l' ducation de la Cochenille Dans Les Colonies Fran aises (French, Paperback): Nicolas... Trait de la Culture Du Nopal Et de l' ducation de la Cochenille Dans Les Colonies Fran aises (French, Paperback)
Nicolas Joseph Thiery De Menonville
R519 Discovery Miles 5 190 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Adventures among Ants - A Global Safari with a Cast of Trillions (Paperback): Mark W. Moffett Adventures among Ants - A Global Safari with a Cast of Trillions (Paperback)
Mark W. Moffett
R510 R406 Discovery Miles 4 060 Save R104 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Intrepid international explorer, biologist, and photographer Mark W. Moffett, "the Indiana Jones of entomology," takes us around the globe on a strange and colorful journey in search of the hidden world of ants. In tales from Nigeria, Indonesia, the Amazon, Australia, California, and elsewhere, Moffett recounts his entomological exploits and provides fascinating details on how ants live and how they dominate their ecosystems through strikingly human behaviors, yet at a different scale and a faster tempo. Moffett's spectacular close-up photographs shrink us down to size, so that we can observe ants in familiar roles; warriors, builders, big-game hunters, and slave owners. We find them creating marketplaces and assembly lines and dealing with issues we think of as uniquely human--including hygiene, recycling, and warfare. "Adventures among Ants" introduces some of the world's most awe-inspiring species and offers a startling new perspective on the limits of our own perception.
- Ants are world-class road builders, handling traffic problems on thoroughfares that dwarf our highway systems in their complexity
- Ants with the largest societies often deploy complicated military tactics
- Some ants have evolved from hunter-gatherers into farmers, domesticating other insects and growing crops for food

The Book of Caterpillars - A life-size guide to six hundred species from around the world (Hardcover): David G James The Book of Caterpillars - A life-size guide to six hundred species from around the world (Hardcover)
David G James 1
R795 R639 Discovery Miles 6 390 Save R156 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

While butterflies and moths are among the most beautiful and most-studied creatures in nature, caterpillars, although just as diverse, alluring, and fascinating, are rarely studied in such detail. Now, with this impressive and informative guide, they can be. This taxonomic survey profiles 600 key species from around the world, with spectacular photographs. Each entry details the notable attributes of the species, uncovers their camouflage and forms, and describes the variety of the defenses that they employ. Glorious photographs show both a life-size view and a magnified close-up that reveals each caterpillar's intricate structure, and there is also a two-tone engraving of the adult specimen, emphasizing the wing patterns and tones, for each type. Featuring a population distribution map, and table of essential information, this visually stunning guide to some of the world's least-known creatures is a definitive resource for all enthusiasts.

Butterflies of Arkansas - A Guide to Common and Notable Species (Poster): Marc C. Minno Butterflies of Arkansas - A Guide to Common and Notable Species (Poster)
Marc C. Minno
R142 R115 Discovery Miles 1 150 Save R27 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Good Bug Bad Bug - Who's Who, What They Do, and How to Manage Them Organically (All You Need to Know about the Insects in... Good Bug Bad Bug - Who's Who, What They Do, and How to Manage Them Organically (All You Need to Know about the Insects in Your Garden) (Spiral bound, 2nd Revised, Updated ed.)
Jessica Walliser
R348 R283 Discovery Miles 2 830 Save R65 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

"Good Bug Bad Bug, updated 2nd edition, "is an indispensable field guide for quickly and easily identifying the most common invasive and beneficial insects in the garden; plus the best organic advice on how to attract the good guys and manage the bad guys - without reaching for the toxic chemicals. Includes strategies for dealing with the "new bugs in town," those worrisome strangers that are starting to show up due to climate change (and some that have just flown in from abroad). Forty-one bugs, presented in full color on laminated card stock, with concealed wire binding. Sturdy enough to take into the garden for easy reference. An attractive gift book for adults and curious kids alike. The 2nd edition contains a number of color photographs not seen in the 1st edition and presents three new "bad bugs" to add to the rogues gallery of insect pests.

Additional "bad bugs" to be found in the 2nd edition:

The Grasshopper- which causes significant damage to the gardens of North America and can fly for miles.

The Lygus Bug - another significant North American pest, doing great damage to fruits, berries, vegetables and flowers; especially prolific in the South.

The Brown Marmoratted Stink Bug - a recent arrival from Asia that feeds on fruits, vegetables, berries and flowers, and has a nasty habit of invading our homes.

Florida's Fabulous Butterflies (Paperback, 1st ed): Thomas Emmel Florida's Fabulous Butterflies (Paperback, 1st ed)
Thomas Emmel; Photographs by Brian Kenney
R304 R251 Discovery Miles 2 510 Save R53 (17%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Book of Caterpillars - A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred Species from Around the World (Hardcover): David G James The Book of Caterpillars - A Life-Size Guide to Six Hundred Species from Around the World (Hardcover)
David G James
R1,096 R861 Discovery Miles 8 610 Save R235 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The weird and wonderful world of insects boasts some of the strangest creatures found in nature, and caterpillars are perhaps the most bizarre of all. While most of us picture caterpillars as cute fuzzballs munching on leaves, there is much more to them than we imagine. A caterpillar's survival hinges on finding enough food and defending itself from the array of natural enemies lined up to pounce and consume. And the astounding adaptations and strategies they have developed to maximize their chances of becoming a butterfly or moth are only just beginning to be understood, from the Spicebush Swallowtail caterpillar that resembles a small snake to the Eastern Carpenter Bee Hawkmoth caterpillar that attempts to dissuade potential predators by looking like a diseased leaf. The Book of Caterpillars unveils the mysteries of six hundred species from around the world, introducing readers to the complexity and beauty of these underappreciated insects. With the advent of high-quality digital macrophotography, the world of caterpillars is finally opening up. The book presents a wealth of stunning imagery that showcases the astonishing diversity of caterpillar design, structure, coloration, and patterning. Each entry also features a two-tone engraving of the adult specimen, emphasizing the wing patterns and shades, as well as a population distribution map and table of essential information that includes their habitat, typical host plants, and conservation status. Throughout the book are fascinating facts that will enthrall expert entomologists and curious collectors alike. A visually rich and scientifically accurate guide to six hundred of the world's most peculiar caterpillars, this volume presents readers with a rare, detailed look at these intriguing forms of insect life.

The Earwig's Tail - A Modern Bestiary of Multi-Legged Legends (Hardcover): May R. Berenbaum The Earwig's Tail - A Modern Bestiary of Multi-Legged Legends (Hardcover)
May R. Berenbaum
R416 Discovery Miles 4 160 Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

Throughout the Middle Ages, enormously popular bestiaries presented people with descriptions of rare and unusual animals, typically paired with a moral or religious lesson. The real and the imaginary blended seamlessly in these books at the time, the existence of a rhinoceros was as credible as a unicorn or dragon. Although audiences now scoff at the impossibility of mythological beasts, there remains an extraordinary willingness to suspend skepticism and believe wild stories about nature, particularly about insects and their relatives in the "Phylum Arthropoda."

In "The Earwig s Tail," entomologist May Berenbaum and illustrator Jay Hosler draw on the powerful cultural symbols of these antiquated books to create a beautiful and witty bestiary of the insect world. Berenbaum s compendium of tales is an alphabetical tour of modern myths that humorously illuminates aerodynamically unsound bees, ear-boring earwigs, and libido-enhancing Spanish flies. She tracks down the germ of scientific truth that inspires each insect urban legend and shares some wild biological lessons, which, because of the amazing nature of the insect world, can be more fantastic than even the mythic misperceptions.

Ants (Paperback): Gary J. Skinner, Geoffrey W. Allen Ants (Paperback)
Gary J. Skinner, Geoffrey W. Allen; Illustrated by Geoffrey W. Allen
R448 R421 Discovery Miles 4 210 Save R27 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Information on the biology of ants and various techniques for studying ants is included. An extensive chapter on ant identification forms the bulk of this handbook with keys to worker ants, queen ants and male ants accompanied by colour and b/w plates. A quick-check field key is also included for use in the field. This is a digital reprint of the 1996 first edition (ISBN 0-85546-305-8).

Underbug - An Obsessive Tale of Termites and Technology (Hardcover): Lisa Margonelli Underbug - An Obsessive Tale of Termites and Technology (Hardcover)
Lisa Margonelli 1
R398 R321 Discovery Miles 3 210 Save R77 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

With all due respect to bees, the termite stands as the world’s most important insect. Without termites much of life on Earth would essentially evaporate. And yet an individual termite is practically invisible, not to mention wholly reviled by humanity.

For Lisa Margonelli, what begins as a bugtastic obsession becomes an exploration of our future. If we can harness the termite’s remarkable ability to remake its environment, will that help us avoid a global food crisis? If we create killer robobugs, what happens if the swarms run off script?

A masterpiece of popular science, Underbug touches on everything from metaphysical meditation, technological innovation and the psychology of obsession to good old-fashioned biology.

Bees in America - How the Honey Bee Shaped a Nation (Paperback, New edition): Tammy Horn Bees in America - How the Honey Bee Shaped a Nation (Paperback, New edition)
Tammy Horn
R457 R414 Discovery Miles 4 140 Save R43 (9%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

" Honey bees--and the qualities associated with them--have quietly influenced American values for four centuries. During every major period in the country's history, bees and beekeepers have represented order and stability in a country without a national religion, political party, or language. Bees in America is an enlightening cultural history of bees and beekeeping in the United States. Tammy Horn, herself a beekeeper, offers a varied social and technological history from the colonial period, when the British first introduced bees to the New World, to the present, when bees are being used by the American military to detect bombs. Early European colonists introduced bees to the New World as part of an agrarian philosophy borrowed from the Greeks and Romans. Their legacy was intended to provide sustenance and a livelihood for immigrants in search of new opportunities, and the honey bee became a sign of colonization, alerting Native Americans to settlers' westward advance. Colonists imagined their own endeavors in terms of bees' hallmark traits of industry and thrift and the image of the busy and growing hive soon shaped American ideals about work, family, community, and leisure. The image of the hive continued to be popular in the eighteenth century, symbolizing a society working together for the common good and reflecting Enlightenment principles of order and balance. Less than a half-century later, Mormons settling Utah (where the bee is the state symbol) adopted the hive as a metaphor for their protected and close-knit culture that revolved around industry, harmony, frugality, and cooperation. In the Great Depression, beehives provided food and bartering goods for many farm families, and during World War II, the War Food Administration urged beekeepers to conserve every ounce of beeswax their bees provided, as more than a million pounds a year were being used in the manufacture of war products ranging from waterproofing products to tape. The bee remains a bellwether in modern America. Like so many other insects and animals, the bee population was decimated by the growing use of chemical pesticides in the 1970s. Nevertheless, beekeeping has experienced a revival as natural products containing honey and beeswax have increased the visibility and desirability of the honey bee. Still a powerful representation of success, the industrious honey bee continues to serve both as a source of income and a metaphor for globalization as America emerges as a leader in the Information Age.

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