McArthur, Archie.

A natural history of this fascinating group of ants with an excellent photographs and scientific keys to identify species.

‘Archie McArthur continues that wonderful tradition of natural history writing at its best. This guide is the culmination of a lifetime’s work on Camponotus ants. It is beautifully written and illustrated, and readily accessible to the general reader. Given the importance of ants in the Australian landscape, it is a welcome addition to our store of knowledge.’ Allan Holmes, Chief Executive Department for Environment and Heritage.

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South Australian Museum, 2010.  122 pages, colour photographs, maps.

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Weight 400 g