Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates

A Guide to North American Species


Book Description

2012 Choice Magazine academic book award winner (zoology)

The first-ever reference to the sign left by insects and other North American invertebrates includes descriptions and almost 1,000 color photos of tracks, egg cases, nests, feeding signs, galls, webs, burrows, and signs of predation. Identification is made to the family level, sometimes to the genus or species. It's an invaluable guide for wildlife professionals, naturalists, students, and insect specialists.

  • Beetles, spiders, ants, flies, butterflies, mayflies, dragonflies, earwigs, crickets, grasshoppers, scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, snails, earthworms, lacewings, wasps, damselflies, slugs, and alderflies

  • About the Author

    Noah Charney, an insect researcher and PhD candidate, lives in California. Charley Eiseman is a wildlife ecologist, field botanist, and tracking instructor who has worked with The Nature Conservancy, Braddock Bay Bird Observatory, and the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, among other organizations. He lives in Massachusetts.

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