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June 2004

Bug Books

The Anatomy of Insects & Spiders by Claire Beverley

The Anatomy of Insects & Spiders: Over 600 Exquisite Forms
Claire Beverley
571.3157 B571 2003

The Biomechanics of Insect Flight: Form, Function, Evolution
Robert Dudley
573.798157 D848 2000

Ninety-Nine More Maggots, Mites, and Munchers
M. (May) Berenbaum
595.7 B488 1993

Insects: Life Cycles and the Seasons
John Brackenbury
595.7 qB797 1994

For Love of Insects
Thomas Eisner
595.7 E36 2003

Dragonfly Beetle Butterfly Bee
MaryJo Koch
595.7 qK76 1996

The Voice of the Infinite in the Small: Re-visioning the Insect-Human Connection
Joanne Elizabeth Lauck
595.7 L366 2002

Bugs: Insects, Spiders, Centipedes, Millipedes, and Other Closely Related Arthropods
Frank Lowenstein
595.7 fL917 1999

Alien Empire: An Exploration of the Lives of Insects
Christopher O’Toole
595.7 qO88a 1995

Bugs, Beetles, Spiders & Snakes
Ken Preston-Mafham
595.7 P939 1998

The Natural History of Insects
Rod Preston-Mafham
595.7 qP942 1996

The Natural World of Bugs & Insects
Ken Preston-Mafham
595.7 fP942n 2000

The Handy Bug Answer Book
Gilbert Waldbauer
595.7 W157 1998

Insects of the World
Anthony Wootton
595.7 W918 1998

The New York Times Book of Insects
595.7 N532 2003

The Science Times Book of Insects
595.7 S416 1998

Microcosmos: The Invisible World of Insects
Claude Nuridsany
595.70222 qN974 1997

Jungle Bugs: Masters of Camouflage and Mimicry
Bruce Purser
595.7147 qP986 2003

Millions Of Monarchs, Bunches Of Beetles: How Bugs Find Strength in Numbers
Gilbert Waldbauer
595.7156 W157 2000

Insects through the Seasons
Gilbert Waldbauer
595.7156 W157j 1996

Six Legged Sex: The Erotic Lives of Bugs
James K. Wangberg
595.71562 W246 2001

The Birder’s Bug Book
Gilbert Waldbauer
595.717 W157 1998

What Good Are Bugs?: Insects in the Web of Life
Gilbert Waldbauer
595.717 W157w 2003

Backyard Bugs
Robin Kittrell Laughlin
595.754 L374 1996

Bugs of the World
George McGavin
595.754 M145 1999

Keeping and Breeding Butterflies and Other Exotica: Praying Mantis, Scorpions, Stick Insects, Leaf Insects, Locusts, Large Spiders and Leaf-Cutter Ants
John L. S. Stone
638.5 S878 1992