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"Night collecting is very effective, especially around dead trees," he says, "but after stepping into a drainage ditch I learned to look an area over first in daylight." As a rule, says the coleopterist, hard-shelled insects in a museum collection retain their color.
Although this book was clearly written for the coleopterist (scientist who studies beetles), it has much to offer anyone who wants to identify and learn more about the diversity of beetles commonly encountered in gardens, backyards, barnyards, and woodlots.
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Peck, "Nicrophorus (Silphidae) can use large carcasses for reproduction (Coleoptera)," The Coleopterists Bulletin, pp.
THE YOUTH INCENTIVE AWARD Amount: $150, offered by the Coleopterists Society.
bistriata Boheman (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Cassidinae), with notes on maternal care of eggs and young," The Coleopterists' Bulletin, vol.
Erwin, "Tropical forests: their richness in Coleoptera and other arthropod species," Coleopterists Bulletin, vol.