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By Stephen P. Hopkin

This complete paintings is the 1st single-volume ebook of the twentieth century to study the biology of this crucial crew of bugs, together with a whole checklist of Collembola genera including greater than 2,500 references in addition to the discussions of springtail habit, body structure and evolution.

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