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Field Guide to Insects of the Kruger National Park - Leo Braack (First edition)

Field Guide to Insects of the Kruger National Park - Leo Braack (First edition)

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Leo Braack's Field Guide to Insects of the Kruger National Park deals with more than 150 groups of insects found in the Park, including those which are either very common, highly visible or of medical and veterinary importance. Each group is describe and its life-cycle, food and feeding methods, and habits and habitats are detailed. At least one full-colour photograph is used to illustrate each group. The book has been designed to make a vast and confusing subject as accessible as possible to the reader: technical details and terminology have been kept to a minimum and the text is clear and easy to read.

Apart from the book's obvious value to those visitors to the Kruger National Park who wish to identify the insects they see while on wilderness trails, at picnic sites and in the camps, the wide range of insects included makes the book equally useful throughout the rest of southern Africa.


Very Good (VG): I may show some small signs of wear - but no tears - on either binding or paper.


L: 20.9cm; W: 14.6cm; H: 1cm


0.3 kg


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This is a previously loved book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show some signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us.

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