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Minor rubbing. VG. 8pp photoplates Body Temperature Harvard University Press Cambridge [MA] 1996 orig. wrappers 22x15cm, xiv,[8],221pp, PAPERBACK. Contents: From Cold Crawlers to Hot Flyers; Heat Balance; The Flight Motor;Warm-Up by Shivering; Warm-Up by Basking; Cooling Off; Form and Function; Conserving ERnergy; Why Do Insects Thermoregulate?Strategies for Survival; Thermal Arms Races; Heat Treatments; Heating and Cooling the nest; Insects in Man-Made Habitats. ["All bodily activity is the result of the interplay of vastly complex physiological processes, and all of these processes depend on temperature. For insects, the struggle to keep body temperature within a suitable range for activity and competition is often a matter of life and death. A few studies of temperature regulation in butterflies can be found dating back to the late 1800s, but only recently have scientists begun to study the phenomenon in other insects. In "The Thermal Warriors" Bernd Heinrich explains how, when and in general what insects regulate their body temperature and what it means to them. And he shows us, the ingenuity of the survival strategies insects have evolved in the irreducible crucible of temperature is astonishing: from shivering and basking, the construction of turrets (certain tiger beetles), and cooling with liquid faeces to stilting (some desert ants and beetles), "panting" in grasshoppers and "sweating cicada", and counter- and alternating- currents of blood flow for heat retention and heat loss" - Publisher's description]., Harvard University Press, 1996, Ithaca: Cornell Univ Press, 2001. New in dust jacket. 422 pages. ills. photos, bibliography, index. Diversity and classification; foraging behavior; pollination; nesting behavior; natural enemies and defense; male behavior and sexual interactions; thermoregulation and overwintering, parental strategies.. First Edition. Cloth. New/New. Illus. by Seibert, Catherine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Cornell Univ Press, 2001

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Solitary Wasps: Hardback: Cornell University Press: 9780801437212: 30 Dec 2000: While social wasps, like hornets and yellow jackets, garner most of the publicity (most of it negative), the vast majority of wasp species, including digger wasps, spider wasps, and mud-daubers, are solitary. Elegant in appearance and distinctive in. While social wasps, like hornets and yellow jackets, garner most of the publicity (most of it negative), the vast majority of wasp species, including digger wasps, spider wasps, and mud-daubers, are solitary. Elegant in appearance and distinctive in their actions, solitary wasps have long fascinated observers and have been the subject of narratives by such naturalists and scientists as Jean Henri Fabre, Niko Tinbergen, and Howard Ensign Evans. Each adult female solitary wasp forages alone and, if she builds a nest, it is occupied solely by herself and her own offspring. Females use their stings mainly for hunting, rather than for defense, and exhibit a wide range of foraging and parental behaviors. Solitary wasps are of special interest to ethologists and evolutionary biologists. Kevin M. O'Neill provides readable yet thorough accounts of the natural history of the major families of solitary wasps and also surveys the current state of scientific research on these insects. Numerous comprehensive tables of quantitative data serve as an excellent reference for biologists. Topics covered in Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History include: * classification of the solitary wasps and their relation to other Hymenoptera*foraging and nesting behaviors* mating and parental strategies*thermoregulation*natural enemies*defensive strategies*directions for future researchSolitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History is the first general survey in more than 25 years to be dedicated to its subject and is the best place to turn for information about the biology and compelling behavior of these common insects. Insects (entomology), , , , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Cornell University Press]

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While social wasps, like hornets and yellow jackets, garner most of the publicity (most of it negative), the vast majority of wasp species, including digger wasps, spider wasps, and mud-daubers, are solitary. Elegant in appearance and distinctive in their actions, solitary wasps have long fascinated observers and have been the subject of narratives by such naturalists and scientists as Jean Henri Fabre, Niko Tinbergen, and Howard Ensign Evans. Each adult female solitary wasp forages alone and, if she builds a nest, it is occupied solely by herself and her own off-spring. Females use their stings mainly for hunting, rather than for defense, and exhibit a wide range of foraging and parental behaviors. Solitary wasps are of special interest to ethologists and evolutionary biologists. Kevin M. O'Neill provides readable yet thorough accounts of the natural history of the major families of solitary wasps and also surveys the current state of scientific research on these insects. Numerous comprehensive tables of quantitative data serve as an excellent reference for biologists. Topics covered in Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History include: -- classification of the solitary wasps and their relation to other Hymenoptera -- foraging and nesting behaviors -- mating and parental strategies -- thermoregulation -- natural enemies -- defensive strategies -- directions for future research Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History is the first general survey in more than 25 years to be dedicated to its subject and is the best place to turn for information about the biology and compelling behavior of these common insects. Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History O'Neill, Kevin M., Comstock Publishing

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: CORNELL UNIV PR], While social wasps, like hornets and yellow jackets, garner most of the publicity (most of it negative), the vast majority of wasp species, including digger wasps, spider wasps, and mud-daubers, are solitary. Elegant in appearance and distinctive in their actions, solitary wasps have long fascinated observers and have been the subject of narratives by such naturalists and scientists as Jean Henri Fabre, Niko Tinbergen, and Howard Ensign Evans. Each adult female solitary wasp forages alone and, if she builds a nest, it is occupied solely by herself and her own off-spring. Females use their stings mainly for hunting, rather than for defense, and exhibit a wide range of foraging and parental behaviors. Solitary wasps are of special interest to ethologists and evolutionary biologists. Kevin M. O'Neill provides readable yet thorough accounts of the natural history of the major families of solitary wasps and also surveys the current state of scientific research on these insects. Numerous comprehensive tables of quantitative data serve as an excellent reference for biologists. Topics covered in Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History include: -- classification of the solitary wasps and their relation to other Hymenoptera -- foraging and nesting behaviors -- mating and parental strategies -- thermoregulation -- natural enemies -- defensive strategies -- directions for future research Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History is the first general survey in more than 25 years to be dedicated to its subject and is the best place to turn for information about the biology and compelling behavior of these common insects. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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While social wasps, like hornets and yellow jackets, garner most of the publicity (most of it negative), the vast majority of wasp species, including digger wasps, spider wasps, and mud-daubers, are solitary. Elegant in appearance and distinctive in their actions, solitary wasps have long fascinated observers and have been the subject of narratives by such naturalists and scientists as Jean Henri Fabre, Niko Tinbergen, and Howard Ensign Evans.Each adult female solitary wasp forages alone and, if she builds a nest, it is occupied solely by herself and her own off-spring. Females use their stings mainly for hunting, rather than for defense, and exhibit a wide range of foraging and parental behaviors. Solitary wasps are of special interest to ethologists and evolutionary biologists.Kevin M. O'Neill provides readable yet thorough accounts of the natural history of the major families of solitary wasps and also surveys the current state of scientific research on these insects. Numerous comprehensive tables of quantitative data serve as an excellent reference for biologists.Topics covered in Solitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History include: -- classification of the solitary wasps and their relation to other Hymenoptera-- foraging and nesting behaviors-- mating and parental strategies-- thermoregulation-- natural enemies-- defensive strategies-- directions for future researchSolitary Wasps: Behavior and Natural History is the first general survey in more than 25 years to be dedicated to its subject and is the best place to turn for information about the biology and compelling behavior of these common insects.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2000
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