Planet of the bugs : evolution and the rise of insects (Book, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Planet of the bugs : evolution and the rise of insects

Author: Scott Richard Shaw
Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Publication:Evolution and the Rise of Insects.
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Starting in the shallow oceans of ancient Earth and ending in the far reaches of outer space - where, Shaw proposes, insect - like aliens may have achieved similar preeminence. This book spins an  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Scott Richard Shaw
ISBN: 9780226163611 022616361X 9780226163758 022616375X 9780226325750 022632575X
OCLC Number: 889978497
In: Shaw, Scott Richard
Description: Seiten cm
Contents: Prologue. Time Travel with Insects 1. The Buggy Planet 2. Rise of the Arthropods The Cambrian period, 541 - 485 million years ago, and the Ordovician period, 485 - 444 million years ago 3. Silurian Landfall The Silurian period, 444 - 419 million years ago 4. Six Feet under the Moss The Devonian period, 419 - 359 million years ago 5. Dancing on Air The Carboniferous period, 359 - 299 million years ago 6. Paleozoic Holocaust The Permian period, 299 - 252 million years ago 7. Triassic Spring The Triassic period, 252 - 201 million years ago 8. Picnicking in Jurassic Park The Jurassic period, 201 - 145 million years ago 9. Cretaceous Bloom and Doom The Cretaceous period, 145 - 66 million years ago 10. Cenozoic Reflections The Cenozoic era, 66 million years ago to the present day Postscript. The Buggy Universe Hypothesis Acknowledgments About the Author Notes Suggested Reading Index
Responsibility: Scott Richard Shaw.

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"A very enjoyable read. Planet of the Bugs is packed full of really great information from a unique 'buggy' perspective and is done with humor and fun." -Dena M. Smith, University of Colorado at Read more...

 
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