- Insects play a major part in all aspects of ecology
- Brings together the methodology needed to investigate insects through the various strata of the forest canopy
- Covers techniques associated with various specialised groups of forest insects
- Each chapter is backed up by a sound approach to experimental design and data analysis
- Essential reading for advanced students and researchers as well as teachers
Methods in Ecology series.
1 Sampling theory and practice: Simon R. Leather & Allan D. Watt.
2 Sampling insects from roots: Alan C. Gange.
3 Pitfall trapping in ecological studies: B.A. Woodcock.
4 Sampling methods for forest understorey vegetation: Claire M.P. Ozanne.
5 Sampling insects from trees: shoots, stems, and trunks: Martin R. Speight.
6 Insects in flight: Mark Young.
7 Techniques and methods for sampling canopy insects: Claire M.P. Ozanne.
8 Sampling methods for water-filled tree holes and their artificial analogues: S.P. Yanoviak & O.M. Fincke.
9 Sampling devices and sampling design for aquatic insects: Leon Blaustein & Matthew Spencer.
10 Methods for sampling termites: David T. Jones, Robert H.J. Verkerk & Paul Eggleton.
11 Parasitoids and predators: Nick Mills.