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Гусеницы очень разнообразны и необычны, а по окраске часто не уступают бабочкам, в которые они превращаются. Книга является наиболее детальным определителем этих созданий. Она содержит всю информацию, необходимую для поиска и определения гусениц Северной Америки, от самых крупных парусников до самых мелких голубянок. Собиратели гусениц научатся, как различать гусениц дневных и ночных бабочек, где и как искать гусениц, как различать гусениц младших и старших возрастов. Описание каждого вида дополнено яркими фотографиями, многие из которых публикуются впервые. Для облегчения использования в поле, приведено описание диагностических свойств, обилия, местообитаний и кормовых растений. Книга содержит главу с рекомендациями по устройству садов бабочек, включая вопросы поддержания здоровья гусениц при разведении.
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Clearly, understanding how insects affect ecosystems is critical to our approaches to managing ecosystems in a way that promotes sustainability of resources and services. How we deal with insects, as much as how we manage ecosystems, will determine the capacity of ecosystems to supply those services into the future. © 2008 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC Introduction 15 Sustainability of ecosystem services is possible only if we protect the ecosystem processes that control their supply. The goal of sustainability is a consistent rate of production or supply of ecosystem services, not a maximum rate that cannot be sustained under changing environmental conditions.

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