Natural History of Spiders
|SIZE:||246 x 189 mm|
|INSIDE:||100 colour photographs and line drawings|
The Natural History of Spiders is a book for all naturalists, and explains what makes a spider, why the group is so successful and in particular describes the wealth of fascinating behaviour pattern spiders display in their hugely varied life styles.
Topics covered include spiders from all over the world; spider structure, physiology and classification and reproductive, feeding and defensive behaviours drawn from extensive field experience of the authors. Fully illustrated throughout with superb colour photographs.