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- DescriptionRecognises the fact that New Zealand is a fascinating arena of study for anyone with an interest in insect life, be it casual or academic. This book shows how the country's long isolation from other land masses has led to a flowering of remarkable species including the world's heaviest insect (giant weta) and largest weevil (giraffe weevil).
- Author BiographyNaturalist Brian Parkinson is the author of a long list of books on New Zealand's flora and fauna, including the Field Guide to New Zealand Seabirds (New Holland), now in its second edition. Brian lives in Auckland. Hamilton-based Don Horne has been published in a range of books and magazines, from New Zealand Geographic to Miller's Insects of New Zealand. His spectacular macro photography also features in New Holland's Photographic Guide to Mushrooms and other Fungi of New Zealand (2007).
- Author(s)Brian Parkinson
- PublisherNew Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd
- Date of Publication01/07/2007
- GenrePopular Science
- Series TitlePhotographic Guide to
- Place of PublicationBirkenhead
- Country of PublicationNew Zealand
- ImprintNew Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd
- Content Noteapprox 200 full-colour photographs
- Weight184 g
- Width95 mm
- Height190 mm
- Photographs byDon Horne
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