A Guide to the Beetles of Borneo

By: Bosuang, Steven; Chung, Arthur Y.C. & Chan, C.L.

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Well illustrated, octavo, pp (6), 244, pictorial laminated boards, a very good new hardback copy in dustwrapper. [Beetles are certainly important to study if we are to understand the diversity and ecology of insect fauna in various tropical habitats. Although somewhat diverse and ubiquitous in terrestrial habitats, they are less commonly encountered than moths, butterflies and ants. This is mainly because more than 95% of beetles are less than a centimetre long and they are often not found in swarms as one species like ants. Many are only active at night. Borneo’s mesmerising natural biodiversity is made up of very many species, including beetles, and very many are also endemic or confined to this island. It follows that it is virtually impossible to attempt including all beetles in the present account. This pictorial guide covers more than 150 beetle species, including some of the most captivating or even inspiring forms known. To foster better awareness and showcase the high diversity of tropical beetles, we feature some large and interesting beetles as well as others commonly encountered in Borneo. More than a third of those featured in this book are endemic to Borneo.]

Title: A Guide to the Beetles of Borneo

Author Name: Bosuang, Steven; Chung, Arthur Y.C. & Chan, C.L.

Categories: Entomology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Kota Kinabalu, 2017

ISBN Number: 983812172X

ISBN Number 13: 9789838121729

Binding: Pictorial laminated boards

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 012512

Keywords: borneo.insects.coleoptera.tropics.tropical.forests.