Great set concerning beetles in Central Europe, as good as new
|Author/ Illustrator:||Klaus Koch|
|Book Title:||Die Käfer Mitteleuropas|
|Number of Books:||20|
|Publisher:||Krefeld Goecke & Evers|
This set contains:
Volumes 1-14 (Binding 4 is missing from the set).
And index book ‘K’.
In the mid-1960s, the first volume of this outstanding German-language study was published for Coleopterae occurring in Central Europe. Since then, the 'joy/harde/lohse' has established itself as a standard and reference work for coleopterology in science and research and has also been adopted among hobbyists. In the meantime 30 volumes have appeared, some of them are already in second edition. Further new volumes of the beetle larvae are in preparation. The series is divided into the four sections 'Systematics' (Vol. 1-15: dichotomous selection keys of all beetle families, which are illustrated with precise line drawings, mostly to the species, short information on the distribution and habitat, detailed catalogues of specialist literature, Faunistik Vol Tables for the synonymy, distribution, nutrition and ecology of 135,000 Central European Beetles / 'Larvae' (Vol. L1-L6: Illustrated dichotomous keys of all beetle larvae with information on the habitats, detailed catalogues of specialist literature. E1-E8: systematic lists of the ecology, habitats, niches and dietary types of all beetle families and their species).
Condition: All books are as good as new.
The combined weight is 14.3 kilograms.
Dimensions: 26 x 21.5 cm
Will be shipped via DHL, or may be picked up in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
|Member since:||April 4, 2017|
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