Fb2 Urban Insects and Arachnids: A Handbook of Urban Entomology ePub
by William H. Robinson
|Author:||William H. Robinson|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press (February 1, 2006)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1226 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1418 kb|
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William H Robinson is a major figure in the field of urban entomology. He works extensively on urban pest control strategies worldwide. Handbook of Urban Insects and Arachnids.
William H Robinson is a major figure in the field of urban entomology. page vii. Part I Urban entomology 1 Introduction 2 The urban ecosystem 3 Pest status and pest control. 3 6 15. Part II Insects in the urban environment 4 Blattaria 5 Coleoptera 6 Collembola, Dermaptera 7 Diptera, Ephemeroptera 8 Hemiptera, Homoptera 9 Hymenoptera 10 Isoptera 11 Lepidoptera 12 Mantodea, Neuroptera 13 Orthoptera, Phasmatodea 14 Phthiraptera 15 Plecoptera, Psocoptera 16 Siphonaptera 17 Thysanoptera, Thysanura, Trichoptera.
Handbook of Urban Insects and Arachnids is an excellent reference text for urban entomologists. It is the first international census of the pests affecting households, structures, public health, and landscapes. With and the "shrinking globe," pest distributions are expanding.
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Urban Insects and Arachnids. A Handbook of Urban Entomology. The book will serve as a professional training manual, and handbook for the pest control professionals, regulatory officials, and urban entomologists. It is organized alphabetically throughout. ttractive and well-produce. Source: Journal of Insect Conservation. n excellent reference text for urban entomologists. It is the first international census of the pest affecting households, structures, public health, and landscapes.
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Part I. Urban Entomology: 1. Introduction; 2. Urban ecosystem; 3. Pest status and control; Part II. Insects in the Urban Environment: 4. Blattaria; 5. Coleoptera; 6. Collembola, Dermaptera; 7. Diptera, Ephemeroptera; 8. Hemiptera, Homoptera; 9. Hymenoptera; 10. Isoptera; 11. Lepidoptera; 12. Mantodea, Neuroptera; 13. Orthptera, Phasmatodea; 14. Phthiraptera; 15. Plecoptera, Psocoptera; 16.
Journal of Economic Entomology. Receive alerts when this article is cited. Gary W. Bennett "Handbook of Urban Insects and Arachnids," Journal of Economic Entomology, 99(6), 2219, (1 December 2006). Include: Citation Only. Journal of Economic Entomology Vol. 99, No. 6 December 2006. Rights & permissions.