2 edition of The natural history of bees found in the catalog.
|Statement||Illustrated with twelve copper plates. Translated from the french.|
|Contributions||Re aumur, Rene -Antoine Ferchault de, 1683-1757.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||452|
The book deals with the biology, morphology, ecology and conservation of European wild bees. It offers the first illustrated identification key for the 77 genera, as well as an exhaustive inventory of species and a complete description of representative examples of wild bees within each genus, taking into account the latest scientific advances. The Lives of Bees is well-researched and one of the most authentic works on honeybees."—The Washington Book Review "As one of the great communicators of honey bee science, Tom Seeley has written a superb account This is a book for every beekeeper and anyone interested in the natural world."—Stephen Fleming, Bee Craft "A remarkable book.
14th book of Seeley's book does what it says on the cover: It offers a marvellous deep dive into the ecology of honeybees in the wild; all the while linking the lives of wild bees to their semi-domesticated brethren, where he offers a number of important suggestions for beekeepers to strengthen the health of their commercial bee stocks/5. Three interwoven tales from , , and tell the story of our dependency on bees. Norwegian author Lunde puts imagination and research to work in this message-driven novel set in a gloomy past, a doomed modernity, and a dystopian future.
The History of Bees Maja Lunde (transl., Diane Oatley), Touchstone pp. ISBN Summary In the spirit of Station Eleven and Never Let Me Go, this dazzling and ambitious literary debut follows three generations of beekeepers from the past, present, and future, weaving a spellbinding story of their relationship to the bees—and to their children and one . About this book. Language: English. This book was originally published in Italian in as Il Piacere delle Api. The Joy of Bees is a rich and original collection of knowledge on bees presented in the form of analogies, paraphrases, and exaggerated images, some taken from literary classics, others taken from folk literature, films and television.
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The Bee: A Natural History by Noah Wilson-Rich is fascinating, fun, and beautiful, a book that is accessible enough for anyone with a general interest, but interesting enough for those with longstanding bee fever.
The writing and layout are straightforward and understandable, and the many beautiful pictures should definitely make the book, broad as it is, appealing to a broad audience."Cited by: 1.
The Natural History of Bumblebees fills a gap in the literature and provides amateur enthusiasts, educators, and scholars the information to develop their own projects in bumblebee biology.
Kearns and Thomson also provide detailed instructions for constructing simple equipment that facilitates bee wrangling: the handling, tagging, studying, and raising of by: The Bee: A Natural History by Noah Wilson-Rich is fascinating, fun, and beautiful, a book that is accessible enough for anyone with a general interest, but interesting enough for those with longstanding bee fever.
The writing and layout are straightforward and understandable, and the many beautiful pictures should definitely make the book, broad as it is, appealing to a broad audience."/5(44). The Bee: A Natural History is certainly one of the most thorough overviews of the insect that I have yet laid my hands upon.
The book covers all aspects of the bees - from their natural history to their importance to humans over the years, to beekeeping, and finally to the future of the species/5. The Bee: A Natural History takes an incomparable look at this astounding diversity, blending an engaging narrative with practical, hands-on discussions of such topics as beekeeping and bee health.
It explores our relationship with the bee over evolutionary time, delving into how it came to be, where it stands today, and what the future holds for humanity and bees alike. Haunting, illuminating, and deftly written, The History of Bees joins “the past, the present, and a terrifying future in a riveting story as complex as a honeycomb” (New York Times bestselling author Bryn Greenwood) that is just as much about the powerful bond between children and parents as it is about our very relationship to nature and : Atria Books.
British Journal of Entomology and Natural History - John Badmin. It feels good to hold a well-crafted book in your hands, but Bees is not just a pretty frontispiece. Large, superb, close-up photos punctuate a fairly in-depth examination of the world's bees, both solitary and social, stinging, honey-storing or : Firefly Books, Limited.
Yet bees are dying at an alarming rate, threatening food supplies and ecosystems around the world. In this richly illustrated natural history of the bee, which includes more than color photographs and illustrations, Noah Wilson-Rich and his team of bee experts provide a window into the vitally important role that bees play in the life of our planet.
The History of Bees tells three separate stories, all intrinsically linked by bees, weaving through a combination of future dystopian, historical fiction and contemporary literature. This was such an interesting and unique concept/5. New observations on the natural history of bees book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book was converted from its phy /5. As seen on PBS's American Spring LIVE, the award-winning author of The Triumph of Seeds and Feathers presents a natural and cultural history of bees: the /5(47).
The Bee: A Natural History is a perfect coffee-table book, but offers so much more than pretty pictures. The author is clearly an expert in his field and the chapters go into quite a lot of depth, without alienating the : Princeton University Press.
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by François Huber (). published NEW OBSERVATIONS ON THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BEES. by François Huber (). published (Written ) Translated from the Original. EDINBURGH: Printed for John Anderson, and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orms, London, Alex Smillie, Printer.
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Tao hand paints pollen onto the fruit trees now that the bees have long since disappeared. When Tao's young son is taken away by the authorities after a tragic accident-and is kept in the dark about his whereabouts and condition-she sets out on a grueling journey to find out what happened to ng, illuminating, and deftly written, The History of Bees joins these three very.
about this item: universe books, new york, hardbound. condition: near fine. dust jacket condition: no dj. photos (illustrator). hardbound. this is a beautiful hardbound copy of this scarce and important bee history and natural history of the honeybee,by daphne more pages of text and photograp;hs in black hardbound.a beautiful copy at a low price size: octavo.
The Lives of Bees is an absorbing, meticulous, and important book, exploring an unseen corner of the natural world." – Hannah Nordhaus, author of The Beekeeper's Lament "This remarkable book eloquently explains how to be a better partner with honey bees, using nature as a guide.
This book is a valuable addition the bookshelves of anyone with an interest and love of the beeSue Closs, Welsh Beekeeper. Honorable Mention for the National Outdoor Book Awards, Nature and the Environment, NOBA Foundation. It is an engaging, wide-ranging introduction to the natural history of the bee that I found to be a real ‘page Released on: Septem "This richly detailed yet accessible book covers the ecology, evolution, and life history of solitary bees.
A must-read for seasoned researchers as well as those who are new to the field."—Neal M. Williams, University of California, Davis "Finally, we have the definitive book on most of the world's bee species—the solitary bees.
Danforth, Minckley, and Neff have written a book that is extremely well. NHBS supply wildlife survey equipment and books to naturalists, academics and ecological and conservation professionals. Our website includes overbooks covering every aspect of wildlife, ecology and conservation as well as a comprehensive range of wildlife survey equipment, nestboxes and habitat management tools.Piotr Socha tracks the history of bees from the time of the dinosaurs to their current plight, examining along the way the role bees have played in history and in the rest of the natural world.
Winner of the Educational Writers’ Award, The Society of Authors.But The Bee: A Natural History is one you shouldn’t miss. Although the book focuses heavily on the honey bee, it is not a beekeeping book. Instead it puts honey bees in the context of all bees and explains the relevance of th species to our daily lives.