Spiders are everywhere and Florida is no exception. Very few species are dangerous and these eight-legged allies are one of the most reliable and cheapest forms of pest controls, gobbling up insects that carry diseases, infest homes and damage crops. Learn to recognize many kinds of spiders with this durable laminated twelve-panel guide that folds up conveniently to fit in a pocket or pack.
Perfect for the casual observer, gardener, homeowner or curious naturalist, it serves as both a general introduction and a useful reference. Colorful photographs illustrate 100 spider species, including several of both male and female, in side-by-side comparisons with descriptive text highlighting size, habitat, and web type.
Representative webs are also shown, together with information about silk, venom and hunting techniques. A small section features other arachnids, such as the Vinegaroon, Scorpion, Harvestman and Tick.Click here to view an electronic sample »
How do you know wildlife is there if you don’t see it? This practical, educational guide is an excellent resource for interpreting the signs and clues that wildlife has left behind. Great for outdoor and nature enthusiasts of all ages.
This conveniently sized guide features color photographs of some of Florida’s common and elusive mammal, reptile, bird, and amphibian species and their key identifiers most likely encountered — tracks, scat, or signs.
Common and scientific names, size dimensions of wildlife and tracks, and other field signs are described in this guide. Field identification assistance and educational tips are also presented. This pocket-sized, 12-panel, laminated, waterproof guide is great for outdoor adventures.Click here to view an electronic sample »