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By Larochelle, Andre; Lariviere, M. -C
Aimed at specialists and non-specialists, this book should greatly facilitate identification and information gathering. Its purpose is to provide for the first time a review of all New Zealand carabids above the species level.
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By Donovan, Barry J.
In addition to identifying all the species of bees in New Zealand, this revision presents a key, drawings and colour photographs for each species that will allow specimens to be identified.
By Holloway, Beverley
Stag beetles. The Lucanidae is a small, diverse family distributed worldwide, with about 110 genera and about 1300 described species. The New Zealand lucanid fauna comprises 39 species, of which 35 are endemic and belong in five endemic genera, and four are foreign.
By Craw, Robin C.; Illustrated by Helmore, D. W.
Flightless molytine weevils are some of the largest beetles in New Zealand, and they are some of the world's largest members of the tribe Molytini. This study provides descriptions of the 12 known species and of eight new speargrass weevils.
By Larochelle, A.; Lariviere, M. C.
The world population of ground beetles numbers many thousands of species. New Zealand alone numbers around 424 species. As a family they are attracting attention of world scientists for their potential use as bioindicators and biocontrol agents. This is complete coverage of all t...hat is known about these insects.Read more
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