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[BOOKS] ✴ Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America ✻ Eric R. Eaton – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America Comprehensive Yet Compact, Authoritative Yet Easy To Understand, This Is The Perfect Guide For Anyone Who Wants To Know About The Fascinating And Diverse Insects Of North America Many Insects Are Difficult Even For The Experts To Identify, But Here Readers Will Find A Wealth Of Information On The Amazing Observable Behaviors Of Insects And Their Fascinating Life Histories Naturalists Kenn Kaufman And Eric R Eaton Use A Broad Ecological Approach Rather Than Overly Technical Terms, Making The Book Accessible And Easy To Use Their Lively And Engaging Text Emphasizes The Insects That Are Most Likely To Draw Attention And Also Includes Helpful Details On A Wide Array Of Lesser Known But Recognizable Groups The Guide Is Lavishly Illustrated, With Than 2,350 Digitally Enhanced Photographs Representing Every Major Group Of Insects Found In North America North Of Mexico.

[BOOKS] ✴ Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America  ✻ Eric R. Eaton – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Unknown Binding
  • 392 pages
  • Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America
  • Eric R. Eaton
  • English
  • 26 December 2018
  • 0618153101

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ✴ Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America ✻ Eric R. Eaton – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    An excellent field guide for the aspiring entomologist or insect hobbyist Eaton is accurate and vivid in his discretions and the pictures in the guide are stunning and helpful.


  2. says:

    I ve been drawing insects and I prefer this sort of thing to live models Live insects always want you to go through their agents and there s so much red tape involved Plus when you finally do get them in the studio their behavior is erratic and sometimes they can be prima donnas The flying ones are the worst They can never just relax on the recliner and pose like a cat or a dog My personal favorite selection in this book is the page entitled weird crickets I m not making this up If I we I ve been drawing insects and I prefer this sort of thing to live models L...


  3. says:

    This is the best and most thorough insect identifier I have used yet Accurate pictures withidentifying power with the addition of pictures of different life stages nymph, larva, and for butterflies moths even the caterpillar cocoon is...


  4. says:

    My first and favourite insect field guide It s so beautiful and the picture are absolutely perfect I don t know what the heck is wrong with these folks and their review, the photos are brilliant and the design is OH so easy to navigate, it s like breathing But they are true on one thing they definitely compromise a nice design many photographs and compactness portability for details Not much details at all and if there is detail, it s probably not the detail you ll want BUT then again, w My first and favourite insect field guide It s so beautiful and the picture are absolutely perfect I don t know what the heck is wrong with these folks and their review, the photos are brilliant and the design is OH so easy to navigate, it s like breathing But they are true on one thing they definitely compromise a nice design many photographs and compactness portability for details Not much details at a...


  5. says:

    Very good book, the illustrations are very helpful.


  6. says:

    I bought this at my local birding store on Fern Street, One Good Tern, here in Alexandria VA I figured if they only carried one insect guide it would be the one they thought best, and I was right I had read all the field guide to insect book reviews and had come away totally confused Everyone admits right from the start that you can t possible cover all North American insects in a single portable volume so I was expecting great selectivity in whatever I chose This one is very easy to u...


  7. says:

    The best insect field guide available at my local Barnes Noble, and probably one of the better ones out there covers enough species so that you can narrow an unknown insect down to a family, at least, and then go from there by searching online As it is, though, it does have a lot of species represented in it, and so far I ve only ID ed maybe 3 species that weren t represented in the guide Also, it s plenty portable might even fit in a large pocket , unlike some of the other field gu The best insect field guide available at my local Barnes Noble, and probably ...


  8. says:

    Who told the authors it can be called a field guide Which way the redactors were looking It s as terrible as it can possibly be Something like This family has 31 species, but we will only mention one name and give you one picture We als...


  9. says:

    Most field guides to the insects are not particularly useful simply because the sheer number of species exceeds what any guide can cover This book, though, is the exception It is a highly useful field guide and it continually amazes me how often the insect you find in the field is also in ...


  10. says:

    It is impossible to get a comprehensive field guide for insects I was looking for a good basic one just for Ohio There are just too many species out there After looking at a number of guide books, I decided on this one I am content with my purchase It has enough for ID purposes of m...

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