This introduction to 510 of the most common species of insects and spiders found in North America features in-depth information on each species, including habitat, range, size, and more, along with high-quality, professional photographs. Audubon Insects and Spiders is your essential interactive guide to identifying bugs in North America.
*This guide does not include moths and butterflies, which can be found in Audubon Butterflies.
• Every species in Audubon Insects and Spiders is described with rich and detailed information, all accessed by fast and easy navigation. Audubon Butterflies now available as a separate app.
• Hundreds of professional color photographs detailing each species with extraordinary clarity.
• In-depth descriptions of every species, with extensive material about every species and family – including the entire content of the National Audubon Society Field Guides to North American Insects and Spiders brought completely up to date.
• State-of-the-Art search functions:
• Browse by first name, last name, and scientific name of every species, by family, or by species shape/type; or,
• Search by multiple “advanced search” variables including size, shape and color;
• Create your own Life Lists, Sightings, Photo Albums, and record your own Field Experiences. Save a sighting location using the phone’s GPS, take notes, and save to the App for records of your nature adventures.
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