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Sheers are arguably the most diverse organisms in the life, with nearly half a million beetle kinds described and join in our exhibits archives, more than any other description of soul. This astonishing kinds mixed bag is matched by a similar mixed bag in shadow, form, amplitude, cv, ecology, physiology and behaviour. Sheers occur everywhere, and do business. And yet they form a clearly discrete grasshopper group, typically characterised by their attractively compact form, with trip wings folded neatly under smooth hard wing-cases. Almost all could recognise a beetle, indeed many are intimately associated with human jet set. Groups like ladybirds are familiar to us from a very young get along. Large stag sheers and handsome chafers are celebrated for their imposing amplitude and bright colours. The sacred scarabs of the ancient Egyptians were given iconic, if not god-like, status and even though the exact religious meanings may be fading after three millennia, their bewitching jewellery and monumental carving inspire us still. Despite this ancient and easy friendship with sheers, the Coleoptera remains tainted by the notion that it is a ‘difficult’ group of fleas. The traditional short cuts into studying British natural history, through birdwatching, butterfly-collecting and pressing wild flowers, now extend to studying dragonflies, bumblebees, moths, ants, hoverflies and even shieldbugs. These are on the brink of becoming popular groups, but sheers remain the preserve of the trained, or so it seems. So many British sheers are easy to find and easy to identify by the non-trained, but that bewildering qualification mixed bag, and the daunting numbers of kinds in the Coleoptera as a whole, have been enough to dissuade many a potential coleopterist from grasping the incense and getting stuck in. Richard Inclinations’ groundbreaking Unusual Botanist amount on sheers encourages those enthusiasts who would otherwise be put off by the, to date, rather technical literature that has dominated the moorland, providing a comprehensive natural history of this fascinating and beautiful group of fleas.

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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 000829657X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0008296575
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  • Hardcover:496 pages
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