The Prionids of the Neotropical region

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The second volume of the illustrated catalogue of prionids is devoted to South and Central America. The pictures are beautiful, emphasizing the smallest details and many species are shown here for the first time.

The Prionids of the Neotropical region

Table of contents

  1. Foreword
  2. Preface
  3. Introduction
    - Neotropical Region, The Geografical Distribution of the Prionids, The Most Suitable Time for Beetles, Entomology versus the Preservation of Nature, Cryptical species Psalidognathini
  4. List of specimens
  5. Illustrated catalogue
  6. Extras
    - Types of Natural History Museum London, The largest Prioninae in the world, List of published species
  7. Index
  8. Vocabulary

 

Details

name: The Prionids of the Neotropical region
volume: II
author: Ivo Jeniš
publisher: Kulturní dědictví, o.s.
published: June 2010
edition: 1st
language: English
pages: 152 (140 color plates)
format: 160 x 230 mm (6.3 x 9 in)
weight: 570 g (1.25 lb)
cover: hardcover
ISBN: 978-80-904211-1-0

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Comments

The Prionids of the Neotropical region, Fantastic!!!!

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Just received the brand new Prionids of the Neotropical region, which is absolutely Stunning, as a Professional Artist my self, the first and this new volume is a work of art, beautifully put together, the photography is more akin to exquisite illustrations rather than photographs and each specimen perfectly displayed. My congratulations and eager anticipation for the next volume in this series, very best regards and many thanks for a 2 wonderful books,
Paul.

Comment by Paul.Youll (not verified) on Jul 30th, 2010 at 6:50 pm

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