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THE TORRE-BUENO GLOSSARY OF ENTOMOLOGYBy Stephen W. Nichols
The New York Entomological Society, 1989
Revised Edition of A GLOSSARY OF ENTOMOLOGY by J. R. de la Torre-Bueno including SUPPLEMENT A by George S. Tulloch
Compiled by Stephen W. Nichols, Department of Entomology, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Managing Editor Randall T. Schuh, Department of Entomology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York
Published by The New York Entomological Society Incorporating the Brooklyn Entomological Society in cooperation with the American Museum of Natural History.
Copyright 1989 by The New York Entomological Society
First paragraph of Preface:
"A revision of Jose Rollin de la Torre-Bueno's A Glossary of Entomology, published in 1937, was long overdue. For over half a century the Glossary, itself an expanded and modified version of John B. Smith's An Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology, published in 1906, has served as the most important reference for entomological terms in the English language. Supplement A by George S. Tulloch, published in 1962, enhanced the value of the Glossary, but even it is long out of date."
Biological Control of Weeds in AustraliaBy Cullen et al. (eds). 2012. CSIRO Publishing. 648 Pp.
CSIRO Publishing, 2012
Jim Cullen, Mic Julien, Rachel McFadyen. (Editors). 2012. Biological Control of Weeds in Australia. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia. 648 Pp.
Biological control of weeds has been practiced for over 100 years and Australia has been a leader in this weed management technique.
This book reviews biological control of weeds in Australia to 2011, covering over 90 weed species and a multitude of biological control agents and potential agents.
Insects associated with woody ornamental plants [of Texas].By Burke et al. 1994.
Agrilife E-publication., 1994
- Agrilife E-publication
Burke, H.R., J.A. Jackman, and M. Rose. 1994. Insects associated with woody ornamental plants. EEE - 00019. Texas Agricultural Extension Service and Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station. 168 pp.
Agricultural insect pests of temperate regions and their controlBy Hill D.S.
Cambridge Univ Press. 659 pp., 1987
has a cozy feel of a poetry anthology; reasonably informative.
a funny detail: the two world maps on p.23 showing “General geographical/biological subdivisions” and “Zoogeographical regions,” respectively, are provided in two different projections (Mercator and Miller, it seems)... what were they thinking?