|Publisher:||Cornell University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.13(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
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Carpenter Ants of the United States and Canada is a very useful addition to the entomological literature. Laurel D. Hansen and John H. Klotz present a summary of what is known about a most important genus of ants, one that includes the very species with the destructive habit of nesting in our houses. This book is clearly written and comprehensive.
Carpenter Ants of the United States and Canada is well written and thorough in its descriptions of the biology of Camponotus species. It will serve as an excellent source of information on these important ants for both pest management professionals and those researching this genus.
Laurel D. Hansen and John H. Klotz have put together a book that contains a wealth of information on the bionomics of the carpenter ants of the U.S. and Canada and the way these ants have become adapted to the structures of man. This book, the first of its kind, will be most useful to all who are concerned with the study and management of these pests.
This book will be invaluable for all the many who like ants and want to learn more about them, or those who dislike them and want to get rid of them.
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