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  • Beetle Conservation
    Beetle Conservation (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    This issue of Journal of Insect Conservation is the first to be dedicated entirely to beetles. A short introductory perspective is followed by eight original contributions, in which beetles from many parts of the world are considered, and in which some major threats to their wellbeing are evaluated.

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  • Insect Conservation and Urban Environments
    Insect Conservation and Urban Environments (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    Includes chapters on assessing changes among assemblages and in individual species, the variety of general threats (notably habitat changes and impacts of alien species) and more particularly urban threats.

    $138.29 $169.99
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  • Conservation of the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly in Australia
    Conservation of the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly in Australia (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    This survey of one the longest insect conservation campaigns in Australia deals with one of the most iconic endemic papilionid butterflies, the Richmond birdwing. It shows different factors that can influence community interest and practical outcomes.

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  • Butterfly Conservation in South-Eastern Australia: Progress and Prospects
    Butterfly Conservation in South-Eastern Australia: Progress and Prospects (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    This unique book provides a survey of the development and practice of butterfly conservation in south east Australia. It traces the evolution of the science, discusses case histories, and summarises much previously scattered information.

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  • Alien Species and Insect Conservation
    Alien Species and Insect Conservation (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    This overview of the roles of alien species in insect conservation brings together information, evidence and examples from many parts of the world to illustrate their impacts (often severe, but in many cases poorly understood and unpredictable) as one of the primary drivers of species declines, ecological changes and biotic homogenisation.

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  • `In Considerable Variety': Introducing the Diversity of Australia's Insects
    `In Considerable Variety': Introducing the Diversity of Australia's Insects (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    Using Australian examples to discuss taxonomic and ecological diversity, this non-technical book introduces basic entomology. It emphasizes perspectives on insect diversity important in conservation assessment and setting priorities for management.

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  • Mutualisms and Insect Conservation
    Mutualisms and Insect Conservation (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    Examples from many parts of the world and ecological regimes demonstrate the variety of mutualisms between insect taxa, and between insects and plants, in particular, and their significance in planning and undertaking insect conservation - of both individual species and the wider contexts on which they depend.

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  • Insect Conservation: Past, Present and Prospects
    Insect Conservation: Past, Present and Prospects (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    This is the first account of the incorporation of insects in considerations of conservation, tracing the genesis of the discipline and its acceptance as a component of biodiversity conservation. Covers current and future scenarios and priorities for progress.

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  • Butterfly Conservation in South-Eastern Australia: Progress and Prospects
    Butterfly Conservation in South-Eastern Australia: Progress and Prospects (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    This unique book provides a survey of the development and practice of butterfly conservation in south east Australia. It traces the evolution of the science, discusses case histories, and summarises much previously scattered information.

    $226.71 $249.00
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  • Insects, Fire and Conservation
    Insects, Fire and Conservation (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    A global synthesis of the impacts of wildfires and controlled burning on insects, bringing together much hitherto scattered information to provide a guide to improved conservation management practice.

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  • Insect Conservation and Islands
    Insect Conservation and Islands (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    A special issue of the Journal of Insect Conservation, this volume offers a series of original papers and reviews that cover the peculiarities of island insects and their conservation in many parts of the world.

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  • Insect Conservation: Past, Present and Prospects
    Insect Conservation: Past, Present and Prospects (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    This is the first account of the incorporation of insects in considerations of conservation, tracing the genesis of the discipline and its acceptance as a component of biodiversity conservation. Covers current and future scenarios and priorities for progress.

    $219.97
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  • Insect Conservation
    Insect Conservation (English, Paperback) Michael J. Samways, Melodie A. McGeoch

    This book outlines the main methods and techniques available to entomologists. With up to a quarter of all insect species heading towards extinction over the next few decades, there is a pressing need to summarize the techniques available for measuring insect diversity in order to develop effective conservation strategies.

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  • `In Considerable Variety': Introducing the Diversity of Australia's Insects
    `In Considerable Variety': Introducing the Diversity of Australia's Insects (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    Using Australian examples to discuss taxonomic and ecological diversity, this non-technical book introduces basic entomology. It emphasizes perspectives on insect diversity important in conservation assessment and setting priorities for management.

    $207.22 $219.99
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  • Biology of Chrysopidae
    Biology of Chrysopidae (English, Hardback) M. Canard $226.88
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  • Beetle Conservation
    Beetle Conservation (English, Paperback) Tim R. New

    This issue of Journal of Insect Conservation is the first to be dedicated entirely to beetles. A short introductory perspective is followed by eight original contributions, in which beetles from many parts of the world are considered, and in which some major threats to their wellbeing are evaluated.

    $132.60
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  • Conservation of the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly in Australia
    Conservation of the Richmond Birdwing Butterfly in Australia (English, Hardback) D. P. Sands, Tim R. New

    This survey of one the longest insect conservation campaigns in Australia deals with one of the most iconic endemic papilionid butterflies, the Richmond birdwing. It shows different factors that can influence community interest and practical outcomes.

    $187.63 $199.99
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  • Insect Conservation and Islands
    Insect Conservation and Islands (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    A special issue of the Journal of Insect Conservation, this volume offers a series of original papers and reviews that cover the peculiarities of island insects and their conservation in many parts of the world.

    $124.47 $149.00
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  • Insects, Fire and Conservation
    Insects, Fire and Conservation (English, Hardback) Tim R. New

    A global synthesis of the impacts of wildfires and controlled burning on insects, bringing together much hitherto scattered information to provide a guide to improved conservation management practice.

    $201.22
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  • Swallowtail Butterflies (English, Paperback) IUCN/SSC Lepidoptera Specialist Group

    This is the first insect Action Plan prepared by the IUCN Species Survival Commission, and was chosen because swallowtail butterflies are perhaps the most charismatic to non-entomologists. Some are the largest butterflies which exist, and the ?birdwings? in particular have long excited wonder and comment among naturalists of all persuasions. Out of a total of 573 species, 170 are considered to...

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