POLLINATORS, PREDATORS & PARASITES – The ecological roles of insects in southern Africa

Apr 26, 2021 | Book Reviews, Nature & Conservation | 0 comments

Pollinators, Predators and Parasites

POLLINATORS, PREDATORS & PARASITES – The ecological roles of insects in southern Africa

by Clarke Scholtz, Jenny Scholtz & Hennie de Klerk

“Insects are undoubtedly the most successful and important group of multi-celled organisms on earth” This authoritative book, lavishly illustrated with 1600 colour photographs, not only helps the layman understand the importance of insects, but is an unrivalled reference for the more knowledgeable.
 A decade of dedicated research and authoritative expertise went into the production of this superbly presented book.  It explains the crucial roles insects play in the ecosystem, particularly in southern Africa’s 13 distinct biomes, how they propagate as well as feed birds and mammals and their connections to plant life.
A very welcome publication, this comprehensive and beautifully illustrated book is an essential for any nature lover. 

ISBN 978-1-77584-555-3 Published by Struik Nature/Penguin Random House

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