Gibb, T.J. & Oseto, C.Y., 2005
Arthropod Collection and Identification: laboratory and field techniques
A compendium of information on the collection and preservation of arthropod specimens.
The first part of the book is a detailed account of collecting and curatorial techniques.
The second part covers classification with keys to classes and orders, with brief descriptions of each.
A 50 page glossary follows.
The first two appendices give formulae for making up preservation fluids (AGA, Barber's, Embalming(!), Essig's Aphid, Hoyer's and KAA), and giuidelines for mounting small soft-bodied specimens (aphids etc, thrips and mites). The remaining two appendices concern SEL's identification service in the US.
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