Written by J. Reese Voshell, Jr. with illustrations by Amy Bartlett Wright. 2002. The McDonald & Woodward Publishing Company. This book provides substantive information in easy-to-understand, nontechnical language for many groups of invertebrates commonly found in the streams, lakes, ponds, and other freshwater environments of North America. Divided into three sections, Section 1 provides background information on the biology and ecology of freshwater organisms and environments. Section 2 describes nearly 100 of the most common groups of invertebrates and gives a whole-body, color-illustration of each along with brief text pointing out the most important features. Section 3 contains in-depth descriptions of the life history, behavior and ecology of the various invertebrate groups and explains their important ecological contributions and relationships to humans. Softcover. 442 Pages.
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