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Borror and DeLong's Introduction to the Study of Insects

Borror and DeLong's Introduction to the Study of Insects - 7th edition

Borror and DeLong's Introduction to the Study of Insects - 7th edition

ISBN13: 9780030968358

ISBN10: 0030968356

Borror and DeLong
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 7TH 05
Copyright: 2005
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.
Published: 2005
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Borror and DeLong

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ISBN10: 0030968356

Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 7TH 05

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Summary

"First published in the 1950s by the late James Borror and Dwight Moore DeLong, this classic text, INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF INSECTS 7TH EDITION, leads the market by combining the study of insects with clear and current insect identification. In this new edition, Johnson and Triplehorn supply updated information on phylogeny using systematics while adding a greater emphasis on insect biology and evolution. This greater concentration on insect systematics necessitated many content changes. For example, a chapter has been added for a newly described order, the Mantophasmatodea, as well as a new chapter reclassifying Order Homoptera (Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Hoppers Psyllids) into Order Hemiptera (previously known as "bugs"). Nearly every order has been modified, sometimes substantially, to reflect new discoveries and scientific hypotheses. Many new families have been added throughout the book, some reflecting revised classifications, but many are the result of the discovery of new groups within the United States and Canada, particularly from the New World tropics. These include the families Platystictidae (Odonata), Mackenziellidae (Collembola), Mantoididae (Mantodea), and Fauriellidae (Thysanoptera), to name just a few. The results of molecular analyses are beginning to substantively contribute to the development of a robust and predictive classification. Thus, the phylogeny of insects has changed drastically from the last edition due to the incorporation of molecular data. The most conspicuous of these changes, for example, is the recognition that the order Strepsiptera is most closely related to the true flies (Diptera), rather than to the Coleoptera. Since it was first published in the 1950, this text has played an important role in understanding and preserving the diversity of the insect world. This title's long history, coupled with the authors' passion for currency and accuracy, make this book once again the classic text and reference"

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Insects and Their Ways.

2. The Anatomy, Physiology, and Development of Insects.

3. Classification, Nomenclature, and Identification.

4. Behavior and Ecology.

5. The Phylum Arthropoda.

6. Hexapoda.

7. The Entognathous Hexapods: Protura, Collembola, Diplura.

8. The Apterygote Insects: Microcoryphia and Thysanura.

9. Order Ephemeroptera: Mayflies.

10. Order Odonata: Dragonflies and Damselflies.

11. Order Orthoptera: Grasshoppers, Crickets, and Katydids.

12. Order Phasmatodea: Walkingsticks.

13. Order Grylloblattodea: Rockcrawlers.

14. Order Mantophasmatodea.

15. Order Dermaptera: Earwigs.

16. Order Plecoptera: Stoneflies.

17. Order Embiidina: Webspinners.

18. Order Zoraptera: Zorapterans, Angel Insects.

19. Order Isoptera: Termites.

20. Order Mantodea: Mantids.

21. Order Blattodea: Cockroaches.

22. Order Hemiptera: True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Psyllids, Whiteflies, Aphids, and Scale Insects.

23. Order Thysanoptera: Thrips.

24. Order Psocoptera: Psocids.

25. Order Phthiraptera: Lice.

26. Order Coleoptera: Beetles.

27. Order Neuroptera: Alderflies, Dobsonflies, Fishflies, Snakeflies, Lacewings, Antlions, and Owlflies.

28. Order Hymenoptera: Sawflies, Parasitic Wasps, Ants, Wasps, and Bees.

29. Order Trichoptera: Caddisflies.

30. Order Lepidoptera: Butterflies and Moths.

31. Order Siphonaptera: Fleas.

32. Order Mecoptera: Scorpionflies.

33. Order Strepsiptera: Twisted-Winged Parasites.

34. Order Diptera: Flies.

35. Collecting, Preserving, and Studying Insects.

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