Grasshoppers of Florida

John Capinera, Clay W. Scherer, and Jason M. Squitier


Paper: $34.95
Paper ISBN 13:Pubdate: Details:
Add Paper To Cart
 
Share:
 

“Florida naturalists will be delighted by Grasshoppers of Florida.  This wonderfully presented book unlocks an amazing world that previously was unavailable to most backyard and weekend naturalists.”—Richard Franz, Florida Museum of Natural History
 
“This is an easy-to-use field guide to the grasshoppers of Florida. If you have ever wondered what that big critter is jumping around outside, this book is for you.”—Richard A. Redak, University of California, Riverside
 
This first field guide to the grasshoppers of Florida introduces one of the most obvious and important, though little appreciated, insect groups. It provides identification of the 70 species known to occur in Florida and may be used in other southeastern states where many of these grasshoppers are also found. The authors present the biology, behavior, ecological significance, and damage potential of grasshoppers and emphasize their interrelationship with Florida’s fauna. Straight-forward and detailed descriptions, color photos, line drawings, and distribution maps make it possible to identify each species with accuracy. 
 
John L. Capinera is professor and chair of the  Department of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Florida and is the author of more than 100 scientific
publications.  Clay W. Scherer is an
entomologist with Syngenta Crop Protection, Vero Beach, Florida. Jason M.
Squitier is an entomologist with the U.S. Army in Atlanta, Georgia.

No Sample Chapter Available


"For a book about grasshoppers, this first field guide to Florida grasshoppers is surprisingly interesting." - The Latest Dirt The Latest Dirt

"If identify-itis describes you, Grasshoppers of Florida is one book to add to your field guide library. This sturdy, handy volume provides great color photographs, along with a detailed distribution map for each species." - Palatka Daily News Palatka Daily News

"Very informative, clearly written, and well illustrated. Recommended for naturalists, entomologists, biologists, or any other person interested in grasshoppers." - Choice Choice

"The first color guide to grasshoppers of the region. Useful for anyone who is interested in learning more about this highly abundant and ecologically important insect group, from the junior collector to the scientific professional." - Southeastern Naturalist Southeastern Naturalist

Reviews Page

Of Related Interest