Newman, L. Hugh., Thomas Crowell & Co., nd, c1967, 3rd printing, cloth, vg-fine w/slightly chipped dj, 112 pp w/index & bibliography, B & W photographic illus. by Stephen Dalton & others, sm 4to, "The Fascinating World of a Social Insect Viewed in all its Variety" Dalton, Stephen & others.
Very Good. First edition, first printing, 8 X 11 inches, 112 pages, over 70 detailed b&w photos, bibliography, index, tan cloth over boards, pictorial dustjacket with Brodart protective cover. The fascinating world of a social insect is viewed in all its variety. Edges are very lightly worn and faded, otherwise book is fine, jacket with edge wear, chipping, small closed tears, in stock, Brick and mortar bookshop since 1975!
Very Good+ in Very Good+ jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Copy has stain on the lower front edge, rubbing on lower corner tips, dj has rubbing, stain on lower front edge (seen from inside), edgewear with knicks-mainly the upper back corner tips and edge of upper spine, tiny spot on back. The ant world in all its variety is revealed in highly readable text and superb, unusually detailed b/w photographs, showing ants at work, at war, and at play. From slave owning, warrior, and arboreal ants, to wood and honey ants, to the three types that have virtually colonized the globe-the Argentine ant, Pharaoh's ant and the common house ant. 112pp. Fascinating!
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