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THE INSECTS: AN OUTLINE OF ENTOMOLOGY
Written by P.J. Gullan; P.S. Cranston. Illustrated by K. Hansen McInnes.
Stock no. 1817541
Published by Chapman & Hall. 1998. Slightly better than very good condition.
For students contemplating entomology as a career and also those in higher education for which the study of insects is prominent. Cardwraps. B/w diagrams and illustrations. ISBN: 0412493608. Reprint. A nice, clean copy.
THE MAMMAL IN THE MIRROR: UNDERSTANDING OUR PLACE IN THE NATURAL WORLD
Written by David P. Barash; Ilona A. Barash.
Stock no. 1817315
Published by W.H. Freeman and Company. 1st 1999. Very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
A voyage of self-discovery. Black cloth spine with gilt title, black paper sides. ISBN: 0716733919. A few minor grubby marks mainly to text block.
Monographs In Population Biology No. 10. Card wraps. B/w diagrams and equations. A few marks to covers. Bookplate to inside front cover. From the personal library of Bryan L. Sage, distinguished naturalist and author. Foxing to some pages; heaviest to outer page edges.
Second Edition. A Book for Elementary Students. Red cloth boards, gilt titles. B/w illustrations. 204 pages including index. Remains of dustwrapper neatly taped in to rear endpapers. A nice, bright copy.
Tertiary Level Biology series. Directed at the advanced undergraduate, the immediate postgraduate, and the serious amateur wishing to know more about the ways of birds. Yellow pictorial cardwraps. ISBN: 0216914779. Bookplate of Bryan L. Sage (a distinguished naturalist) to inside front cover. Contents clean.
Oxford Avian Biology Series. The Ecology & Evolution of Exotic Birds. ix & 305 pages. Pictorial cardwraps. ISBN: 9780199232550. Minimal rubbing to corners of covers.
HOW AND WHY SPECIES MULTIPLY: THE RADIATION OF DARWIN'S FINCHES
Written by Peter R. Grant; B. Rosemary Grant.
Stock no. 1815192
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st thus 2011. Nearly fine condition.
The authors explain how the same finches studied by Darwin - and named after him - have continued to provide scientists with valuable information about the origin and evolution of new species. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and b/w diagrams. xix and 218 pages including index. ISBN: 9780691149998.
The biological aspects of pollution in simple terms and as comprehensively as possible. Green cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w charts and illustrations. 202 pages. Minor foxing to text block. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is browned and edge-worn.
New insights into the functional basis of floral diversity, presenting the latest theoretical and empirical research on floral evolution. Suitable for graduate level students taking courses in plant ecology, evolution, systematics, biodiversity and conservation. Cardwraps. Colour plates. B/w diagrams. xix and 370 pages including index. ISBN: 9780198570868. Light creasing to covers, corners lightly rubbed. Text block a little grubby. 'Damaged' stamped in red ink to title page but no other damage noticeable. Contents are clean.
Facsimile of the 1831 edition. Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society Volume 4, pp. 257-278. Blue cardwraps. 4 plates including one folded.
THE LIVING THINGS AROUND US: BIOLOGY FOR BEGINNERS BOOK I
Written by T.J.S. Rowland.
Stock no. 1809891
Published by Cassell & Company Ltd. 1st 1935. Very good condition.
Based on Living Things for Lively Youngsters, and More Living Things for Lively Youngsters. Green pictorial limp cloth covers. B/w text illustrations. 144 pages. Edges lightly rubbed. Contents clean.
Dark green cloth; gilt title to spine. A few light marks to covers. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges.