The Conservation of Bees
By Matheson, Andrew et al. (editors)
Pp. viii, 254; 2 color frontispiece plates, numerous maps, charts, and graphs. Publisher’s original fine-weave black cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, color pictorial light purple dust jacket, lettered in black on the spine and front cover, sm 4to. This volume focuses on several important topics in bee biology and conservation in the temperate regions of four continents. The varieties of habitats needed for bees to thrive, the essential links and interactions between bees and many plant species, and the state of bee biodiversity and conservation are covered by an international team of 21 researchers (from the front jacket flap). From the research collection of Illinois State University naturalist Lauren E. Brown with his signature on the front endpaper.
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|Condition Description||Light sunning to the spine of the dust jacket, otherwise and bright and clean copy in fine condition is a near fine dust jacket.|