natural history of bees.

Comprehending the uses and economical management of the British and foreign honey-bee; together with the known wild species. Illustrated by thirty-six [i.e. thirty-two] plates coloured from nature, with portrait and memoir of Huber. by James Duncan

Publisher: W.H. Lizars; [etc., etc.] in Edinburgh

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  • Huber, François, 1750-1831,
  • Bees
  • Edition Notes

    Binder"s title is numbered uniform with the second issue [1845-46]: Naturalist"s library. 34. Insects. VII.

    SeriesThe naturalist"s library. Conducted by Sir William Jardine, bart ... Entomology., vol. VI
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL45 .J12
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p l., [v]-ix, [1], [17]-301 p.
    Number of Pages301
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6968853M
    LC Control Number06014932
    OCLC/WorldCa813996

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O’Toole (Bees of the World, ), an entomologist and bee expert, introduces readers to a sample of the world’s 20, bee species in this beautiful new book. Though honeybees and their long-term associations with humans are covered, the strength of the book is in its introduction of the rest of the kinds of bees/5(12).

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Bees: A Natural History immerses readers in the world of Apinae whose diversity of form and behaviour is eloquent testimony to the fine-tuning of natural selection. Bees: A Natural History is written by a world-leading entomologist and specialist in bees.

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Introduces readers to bees and their impressive diversity of size, form and behavior. Like all insects the closer you look at them, the more fascinating and beautiful they become. If we hope to find solutions to food scarcity and environmental crises, we would do well to appreciate the bees.

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The Natural History (Latin: Naturalis Historia) is a work by Pliny the is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman Empire to the modern day and purports to cover all ancient knowledge.

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