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    A Taxonomic Guide to the Stick Insects of Singapore

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    AuthorFrancis Seow-Choen
    ISBN9789838121774
    PublisherNatural History Publications Borneo
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages165
    FormatHardcover
    Images   600 coour images and line drawings
    Year published  2017

    Singapore is often thought of as a small and very built-up industrial and shopping city state. Many people do not associate Singapore with rainforests, wild animals nor indeed with any natural resource. However, as far as nature in Singapore is concerned, truth may be stranger than fiction. The nature reserves and remaining forests on the main island of Singapore, as well as her smaller islands, still hold many surprises for inquisitive naturalists. The stick insect fauna of Singapore is surprising large and interesting for her size.

    The present book is an updated study of the phasmid diversity of Singapore. It aims to lavishly illustrate our stick insect fauna so as to assist photographers, curators and taxonomists in the tasks of identifying and conserving these species; which are still to be found in Singapore.

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    9789838121774
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