James L. Castner: Photographic Atlas of Entomology and Guide to Insect Identification



Thanks how to start reading A picture is truly worth a thousand words This is perfect for students to use as a study guide or for others who find like I id that they need to learn how to identify insects for a job gardening pest control or other reasonAfter chapters on insect life cycles coverage of each type of body part and istinguishing insects from creatures of other Classes each section full of photographs for comparison Castner then covers each Order of insect with short escriptions of Families and magnified photos of examples from each family Of the chap. Designed specifically for college students studying entomology and insect taxonomy classes it is the first thorough photo oriented entomological guide of its kindMore than 600 color photos have been used to illustrate the structural characters and anatomical features of the major insect families and arthropod groups iscus.

REVIEW ´ CAFE1919.ORG Ö James L. Castner

Nd species identification it oes clear up many things that you ll need to know in order to understand the written ID escriptions in field guidesAlthough there seems to be some variation in the field on Orders I hope professors will seriously consider recommending this book as a study guidesupplement just pointing out any ifferences expected on the testI wish I had space to say good things about this spiral bound guide and its beautiful helpful pictures I will say that if I had had it for my Forest Entomology class several years ago my grade of C would have been an Professors and lab instructors will appreciate the consistency from one lab section to the next Students will appreciate that the main characters used in identification are already listed allowing time to be spent in examining actual specimens This work permits students to take an insect reference collection home with them.

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Ters Speer devoted to a specific Order you find a key to the families of each Order Should you need to identify by species you will have to then refer to a field guide however Castner s book speeds up the process tremendouslyUnlike most books that give confusing writtenescriptions of Ultralearning different types of body parts this one shows pictures though it is missing clear photos showing theifference between Hemiptera and Homoptera mouthparts which would be my one complaint but may end up in later editions Although it is not meant to REPLACE field guides esp in the area of Genus Sed in entomology courses Photographs cover some 190 arthropod taxa including 30 insect and 8 arachnid orders accompanied by explanations and illustrations of external anatomy and insect evelopment Dichotomous keys to the family level are included for the major orders as well as a glossary of specialized terms Entomology.