Cockroaches: ecology, behavior and natural history.

Cockroaches: ecology, behavior and natural history. William J. Bell, Louis M. Roth, Christine A. Nalepa.
Cockroaches: ecology, behavior and natural history.

Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007. Quarto, dustwrapper, black and white photographs, line drawings.

The cockroach is truly an evolutionary wonder. This definitive volume provides a complete overview of suborder Blattaria, highlighting the diversity of these amazing insects in their natural environments. Beginning with a foreword by E. O. Wilson, the book explores the fascinating natural history and behaviour of cockroaches, describing their various colours, sizes, and shapes, as well as how they move on land, in water, and through the air. In addition to habitat use, diet, reproduction, and behaviour, "Cockroaches" covers aspects of cockroach biology, such as the relationship between cockroaches and microbes, termites as social cockroaches, and the ecological impact of the suborder. With over 100 illustrations, an expanded glossary, and an invaluable set of references, this work is destined to become the classic book on the Blattaria. Students and research entomologists can mine each chapter for new ideas, new perspectives, and new directions for future study. Also available in paperback [stock id 39106].

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