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Insects of the North Woods (North Woods Naturalist Guides)
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Insects of the North Woods will help you identify more than 300 species of six-legged critters native to Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. The book includes hundreds of color photos of beetles, bees, wasps, grasshoppers, crickets and more.
Have you ever wondered what that colorful bug on your wood pile was? Insects of the North Woods will help you identify more than 300 species of six-legged critters native to Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin. Author and University of Minnesota Extension Entomologist Jeff Hahn will teach you that all bugs are insects but not all insects are bugs. The book includes hundreds of color photos of beetles, bees, wasps, grasshoppers, crickets, true bugs, moths, flies, butterflies, dragonflies and mayflies.
About the Author
Jeffrey Hahn has a Master's degree in Entomology and is currently one of the Extension Entomologists for the University of Minnesota, where he's been on staff since 1984. One of his special interests is urban insects, specifically insects in homes, gardens and landscapes. During his time at the University, he has conducted hundreds of programs for audiences ranging from landscape professionals to elementary school children. He's also been featured in print, broadcast and online media on numerous occasions. Jeffrey lives in Minneapolis with his family and spends as much time as possible in the North Woods at the family cabin near Park Rapids, Minnesota.
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