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FIELD GUIDE TO INSECTS AND SPIDERS OF NORTH AMERICA
National Wildlife Federation’s new all-photographic field guide to North American insects, spiders, and related species, is the most up-to-date of its kind, and lets both amateur and expert naturalists identify more than 940 species quickly and accurately. More than 2,000 close-up color photographs by leading nature photographers reveal the field marks that distinguish each creature, and the clear and concise text that accompanies each image describes the range, habitat, life cycle, and behavior. Budding entomologists will be inspired to explore further with the detailed information on starting a collection, planting an arthropod garden, keeping insects and spiders in captivity, and learning the techniques of macro photography. The unique waterproof cover makes it ideal for use outdoors.
Price: $24.95
FIELD GUIDE TO INSECTS OF NORTH AMERICA
Kenn Kaufman & Eric Eaton paper 392 pages, 4 3/4 x 7 3/4 full-color enhanced photographs, maps February 2007 “The first truly thorough treatment of the North American insects in field guide form.” —John Acorn, entomologist, author, and broadcaster Many insects are difficult even for the experts to identify. In the new Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America, readers will find a wealth of information on the amazing observable behaviors of insects and their fascinating life histories. Naturalists Kenn Kaufman and Eric Eaton use a broad ecological approach rather than overly technical terms, making the book accessible and understandable for everyone. The lively and engaging text emphasizes the insects that are most likely to catch our attention but includes information on all groups that can be recognized. The guide is lavishly illustrated, with more than 2,000 digitally enhanced photographs representing every major group of insects found in North America north of Mexico. Comprehensive yet compact, authoritative yet easy to understand, this is the perfect guide for anyone who wants to know more about the fascinating and diverse insects of North America.
Price: $24.95


FIELD GUIDE TO THE NORTHEASTERN LONGHORNED BEETLES
The Cerambycidae, or longhorned beetles, are one of the larger insect families, with some 20,000 described species (and thousands more undescribed) worldwide, from all continents except Antarctica. The large size and variety of coloration and sculpture of longhorned beetles make them a relatively easy group of insects to identify, especially considering the number of species (some 1,100 species estimated in North America excluding Mexico); this guide attempts to exploit this. This guide includes over 600 color images, covering 342 of the 344 species and subspecies of longhorned beetles that have been definitively recorded in northeastern North America, along with diagnostic features to enable recognition of all these species, as well as data on distribution, phenology, and larval feeding habits.
Price: $44.95
FIELD MICROSCOPE

This microscope is excellent for studying insects, pond water, rocks, plants, and three-dimensional specimens. Ideal for both classroom and field trip use. The Field Trip microscope has a large 8.5mm field of view and a 55mm working distance. Great for taking outdoors or out of the classroom. Wide working area makes for easy movement of the specimen. Includes a limited lifetime warranty. Grades K to 6

Price: $74.95


 
This high quality frame is screwed on the back for a very effective semi-permanent closure. All the internal walls are white creating a maximum contrast with the contour and the specimen. Available only in the color cognac
Price: $14.95
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FRAME 41 X 46 X 7 CM
A frame of large format that can contain a large quantity of specimens. Construction in sturdy pine.
Price: $33.95


FRAME 6''X 6''
This high quality frame is screwed on the back for a very effective semi-permanent closure. All the internal walls are white creating a maximum contrast with the contour and the specimen.
Price: $21.95
FRAME 8''X 8''
This high quality frame is screwed on the back for a very effective semi-permanent closure. All the internal walls are white creating a maximum contrast with the contour and the specimen.
Dimensions:23 X 23 X 5 cm
Price: $27.95


 
Fulgora lanternaria
South America
Price: $24.95
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GLASS FUMIGANT HOLDER
This glass container is mounted on a needle. It's used to contain naphthalene, para-dichlorobenzene, thyme oil, or any product aimed at the conservation of an entomological collection
Diamètre: 25mm
Price: $5.95


 
Graphium agamemnon ligatus (male)
New Guinea
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Graphium agetes agetes (male)
Assam
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Graphium antiphates itamputi (male)
Malaysia
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Graphium milon athedon (male)
Ceram
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Graphium weiskei (male)
Arfak (Indonesia)
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GUIDE ECLAIR INSECTES DU QUEBEC
Des dizaines et des dizaines d’espèces que l’on trouve au Québec sont illustrées et expliquées brièvement dans ces petits guides que l’on glisse dans la poche ou dans un sac.
De consultation facile, simple et pratique, chaque Guides éclairs Broquet se plie et se range donc facilement comme une carte routière ou de randonnée.
De plus, le papier utilisé et traité en conséquence résiste à l’eau et aux mauvais traitements. On peut donc les consulter longuement et judicieusement.
Les sujets sont décrits de façon succincte, avec l’essentiel et chaque espèce est magnifiquement illustrée.
La référence facile à trouver, avec vous, en balade, à vélo, en montagne ou en forêt.

Auteur : Yves Dubuc
Prix : 9.95 $
ISBN : 978-2-89000-894-6
Format : 11,5 X 22 cm (fermé), 69 X 44 cm (ouvert)
Illustrations Couleurs

Price: $9.95


GUIDE ECLAIR PAPILLONS DU QUÉBEC
Des dizaines et des dizaines d’espèces que l’on trouve au Québec sont illus­trées et expliquées brièvement dans ces petits guides que l’on glisse dans la poche ou dans un sac. De consultation facile, simple et pratique, chaque Guides éclairs Broquet se plie et se range donc facilement comme une carte routière ou de randonnée. De plus, le papier utilisé et traité en conséquence résiste à l’eau et aux mau­vais traitements. On peut donc les consulter lon­gue­ment et judicieusement. La référence facile à trouver, avec vous, en balade, en montagne ou en forêt. Les sujets sont décrits de façon succincte, avec l’essentiel et chaque espèce est magnifiquement illustrée.
Price: $9.95
Heliconius melpomene amaryllis (male)
Perou
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Idea blanchardi morosiana (male)
south of the Sulawesi
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INSECT PINNING FORCEPS 11.5CM

Price: $7.95


INSECT VACUUM (MEDIUM)
The insects vacuum is commonly used to capture insects too small to be handled with tongs or with the fingers. Capture a lot of small specimens without the risk of damaging them. Dimensions:
Shaft diameter: 30 mm
Opening: 7 mm
Price: $19.95
INSECTES COMESTIBLES
Les insectes ont mauvaise réputation : ils piquent, ils mordent, 
ils grouillent… L’idée de les consommer répugne et celle 
de s’en servir comme médicament… on n’y pense même pas ! 
Et pourtant, ils sont utilisés depuis bien longtemps dans les pays d’Afrique et d’Amérique centrale, et peuvent nous être grandement bénéfiques, aussi bien d’un point de vue nutritif que culinaire. 
Alors mettez de côté vos préjugés, et laissez-vous guider par ce livre pour mieux les connaître, les reconnaître, les goûter et même les aimer.
Des abeilles aux libellules, des criquets aux scorpions, des pucerons 
aux sauterelles, vous serez étonnés par leurs histoires passionnantes, 
et vous apprendrez même à devenir un chasseur « tuteur » de grillons !
Une belle reproduction et un livret de recettes accompagnent 
cet ouvrage. À vous les spaghettis aux grillons et les quiches 
aux asticots ! Allez, un p’tit ver pour la route !!!!
Price: $34.95


INSECTS
Detailed descriptions of insect orders, families, and many individual species are illustrated with 1,300 drawings and 142 superb color paintings. Illustrations - which use the unique Peterson Identification System to distinguish one insect from another - include size lines to show the actual length of each insect. A helpful glossary explains the technical terms of insect anatomy.
Price: $22.95
IRIS SCISSORS, ANGLED 11.5CM

Price: $3.95


IRIS SCISSORS, STRAIGHT 11.5CM

Price: $3.50
 
Kallima inachus (male)
China
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KILLING JAR
Dimensions: 11.0 X 8.5 CM
Price: $6.25
KITE 10X, 21MM TRIPLET

Price: $57.95


KITE 10X, 23MM DOUBLET

Price: $32.95
KITE 15X, 23MM DOUBLET

Price: $39.95

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