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Annual review of entomology; v.52, 2007.


Annual review of entomology; v.52, 2007.

Ed. by May R. Berenbaum et al.

Annual Reviews


529 pages




Containing invited contributions by insect scientists and other entomologists, this annually produced volume synthesizes current research in 22 key areas in the field. It opens with an essay by Charles D. Michener reflecting on his professional development as an entomologist. Other topics include anthropod pest management in organic crops; the evolutionary biology of centipedes; group decision- making in nest-site selection among social insects; and a synthetic management approach to insect conservation. Full-color illustrations--maps, diagrams, photographs--accompany the text throughout. Editor Berenbaum is affiliated with the U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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