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Order Dermaptera - Earwigs

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Towards integrated commodity and pest management in grain storage
By Semple R.L., Hicks P.A., Lozare J.V., Castermans A. (eds.)
UN Food and Agricultural Organization. Rome, Italy. 526 pp., 1992
"A Training Manual for application in humid tropical storage systems."
Full text; for BG purposes, Section 5 - Intro to general taxonomy and biology/ecology of stored products insect pests is of interest.
Warning: this being a FAO document, it's no surprise that the taxonomy is obsolete and typos abound

Handbook of biological control: Principles and applications of biological control
By T.S. Bellows, T.W. Fisher, L.E. Caltagirone, D.L. Dahlsten, G. Gordh and C.B. Huffaker, eds.
Academic Press. 1046 pp., 1999

500 Insects: A Visual Reference
By Stephen A. Marshall
Firefly Books, 2008
A compact guide with excellent photos and brief life histories of 500 insects. Many species profiled are from the New World tropics, a few from North America, and a few from other areas, such as Australia.

Arthropods of Canadian Grasslands (Volume 1): Ecology and Interactions in Grassland Habitats
By Shorthouse, J.D. and K.D. Floate. 2010
Biological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario., 2010
Shorthouse, J.D. and K.D. Floate. 2010. Arthropods of Canadian Grasslands (Volume 1): Ecology and Interactions in Grassland Habitats. Biological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. 358 pp. (Download whole book: 98.4 MB)

Individual chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction to the grasslands and grassland arthropods of Canada.
J.D. Shorthouse and D.J. Larson (10.3 MB)

Chapter 2: Canada's grasslands as habitat for arthropods.
J.D. Shorthouse (18.7 MB)

Chapter 3: Ecoregions of Canada's prairie grasslands.

Marine Insects
By Lanna Cheng (editor)
North Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam-Oxford, 1976
Electronic version (& pdf) available here.
A comprehensive review of selected topics on marine insects by various experts. Covers general ecology & physiology, as well as systematics, biology, and taxonomy of selected groups of marine insects. Keys to world genera are provided for most of the groups treated in detail.

Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest
By Huggins et al. 1981
State Biological Survey of Kansas, University of Kansas, Lawrence. , 1981
Huggins, D.G., Liechti, P.M., and Ferrington, L.C. (eds.). 1981. Guide to the Freshwater Invertebrates of the Midwest. Biological Survey of Kansas, Technical Publication Number 11. 221 pp.

Identifies and describes the commonly occurring invertebrates--including clams, snails, crayfishes, and shrimps, earthworms, leeches, flatworms, moths, beetles, mayflies, and true flies--inhabiting streams in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Iowa. Includes taxonomic keys. Generously illustrated with line drawings and photographs. Distributed for the Kansas Biological Survey.

Table of Contents:
Introduction

Abundance and distribution of potential arthropod prey species in a typical Golden-cheeked Warbler habitat.
By Quinn, M.A.
Unpublished Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station. ix + 182 pp., 2000
Full Citation:

Quinn, M.A. 2000. Abundance and distribution of potential arthropod prey species in a typical Golden-cheeked Warbler habitat. Unpublished Thesis. Texas A&M University, College Station. ix + 182 pp.

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Addendum: Appendix E - Number of Specimens per Tree

Addendum: Appendix F - Number of Specimens per Date

Insects of the North Woods
By Jeffrey Hahn
Kollath-Stensaas Pub, 2009
Pretty good little book, could have a lot more though.

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