Millions of Monarchs, Bunches of Beetles: How Bugs Find Strength in Numbers

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Click for availability and more information Millions of Monarchs, Bunches of Beetles: How Bugs Find Strength in Numbers, by Gilbert Waldbauer

Essays on the different reasons insects sometimes gather in large numbers, exploring the strategies and outcomes of massing by our six-legged neighbors. From menacing locust swarms to the popular ladybugs, they're all here. Waldbauer has a knack for clear explanations and a good eye for fascinating details. This is popular science writing at its best. Readers will never again look the same way at groups of insects.

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