Insects: The Good, The Bad and the Unusual Created by Deborah Y. Richardson with assistance from Cheryl Toefield-Keen This document may be copied for distribution.
Some insects are pests — meaning that their way of life is in conflict with ours. Some spoil or eat our plant or animal food, or destroy our possessions.
Chapter 1 THE IMPORTANCE, DIVERSITY, AND CONSERVATION OF INSECTS Charles Darwin inspecting beetles collected during the voyage of the Beagle. (After various sources, especially Huxley & Kettlewell 1965 and Futuyma 1986.)
Irwin, M.E. & G.E. Kampmeier. 2002. Commercial products, from insects. In V.H. Resh & R. Carde [eds] Encyclopedia of Insects . Academic Press, San Diego, in press.
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