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C. Stack (editor). 2015. Beetles: Biodiversity, Ecology and Role in the Environment


Camilla Stack (Editor).
Beetles: Biodiversity, Ecology and Role in the Environment. 
Series: Insects and Other Terrestrial Arthropods: Biology, Chemistry and Behavior.
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Inc (January 5, 2015). 250 pages. 
ISBN-13: 978-1634633802  ISBN-10: 1634633806 
Dimensions:  0.8 x 7 x 10 inches 

Book Description: 
Insects have been shown to be appropriate ecological indicators for 
evaluating changes in the environment, due to several characteristics 
that they possess. An excellent group are beetles (Coleoptera), 
the largest group of insects, with about four hundred thousand known species, 
distributed in more than a hundred families occupying practically 
all ecosystems and feeding on a variety food sources. 
This book examines several species of beetles. It examines the biodiversity, 
ecology and role in the environment of beetles. 

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