By Pisuth Ek-Amnuay
The beetles, individuals of the Order Coleoptera are the most important order of bugs, with approximately forty % of identified species of overall insect international or approximately 400,000 species. My first variation of this e-book used to be released in 2002 and used to be additionally the 1st booklet of beetles to be had in Thailand. this can be a revised variation, emphasizing the species content material and risk of extra species for all these beetle households, this variation includes 509 species in comparison to the 1st variation which integrated in simple terms 362 species and subspecies.
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