3 edition of Lives of familiar insects found in the catalog.
Lives of familiar insects
C. S. Guild
|Statement||by the Author of "Violet," "Daisy," etc.|
|Contributions||Taggard and Thompson,|
|LC Classifications||QL467.2 .G85 1864|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||2005577808|
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His book is divided into three parts: The Strangeness of Insect Life, in which he gives an overview of some of the peculiarities and oddities of insects; What Life is Like for Lives of familiar insects book Insect; then Lives of Familiar Insects, with a chapter for each of 14 insects he has chosen to discuss, including the May Fly, Monarch Butterfly, Termites, Paper Making Wasp, and Ladybird Beetle, among others/5(9).
One wouldn't think one could be so fascinated with the lives of Lives of familiar insects book but one can. I bought this book because it is referenced in Annie Dillard's narrative Pilgrim At Tinker Creek. I am now fascinated with the intricate evolution and adaptation of insects/5(9).
Strange Lives of Familiar Insects book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Book has foxing-like stains to cloth, rimarily around edges and hinges and toward lower rear panel and spine (seemingly common to title, from contact with foxed inner side of jacket) ; cloth color and stamping streong, light bumping upper pge edges.
Genre/Form: Juvenile works Juvenile literature: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Guild, C.S. (Caroline Snowden), Lives of familiar insects. After a chapter describing insect life in general, the author studies the anatomy, habits and life cycles of the following insects: May fly, dragonfly, termite, cricket, praying mantis, aphid, chinch bug, lacewing fly, monarch butterfly, housefly, ladybird beetle, cicadakiller wasp, paper-making wasp and ant.
The deathwatch beetle, ambush bug, bombadier beetle, and robber fly all come under scrutiny, as well as many others with equally curious names. To date, somespecies of insects have been named and described, making this category of creature the most prevalent form of visible life on earth. "The Secret Life of Insects" does not probe into the hidden lives of insects or treat them as individuals.
His main interest is the light insects may throw on our human experience, and the assistance they may lend us as we seek to transcend our human experience. Milward aims at the level of common : Peter Milward. The lives of a cell is an amazing book, which i believe most people should read, if they can handle it.
The reason i say this is because it explores the human vision of the world around us, and the life forms and beings that pass us by in a matter of a lifetime/5. Every science, including the study of insects, may have circumscribed limits, but its deeper principles open up new worlds of possibility.
Milward uncovers these hidden principles by examining the daily lives and habits of insects. His studies lead him to fascinating speculations, taking the reader. Buy The strange lives of familiar insects. by Edwin Way Teale online at Alibris.
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