There are many fascinating insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and other invertebrates that can be shared with the public and in classrooms. Author Orin McMonigle details the husbandry and display of numerous hardy, attractive, and interesting species from different groups, which can be used to attract greater appreciation for the wonders of the invertebrate world. The practical information provided will give an excellent start to any museum, zoo, or classroom that is considering an invertebrate display. Even hobbyists can enjoy setting up their own private Insect Zoo? From butterflies and beetles to scorpions and slugs, there are plenty of spineless wonders that are just as interesting in beauty, shape, and behavior as the larger popular megafauna more commonly on display.
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