Further Reading

Ehrlich, P. R., and Ehrlich, A. (1981). "Extinction. The Causes of the Disappearance of Species." Random House, New York.

Groombridge, B., and Jenkins, M. D. (2000). "Global Biodiversity: Earth's Living Resources in the 21st Century." World Conservation Press, Cambridge, U.K.

Gullan, P. J., and Cranston, P. S. (1994). The insects. In "An Outline of Entomology." Chapman & Hall, London.

Hillis, D. M., and Moritz, C. (1990). "Molecular Systematics." Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.

Lawton, J. H., and May, R. M. (eds.). (1995). "Extinction Rates." Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K.

McNeely, J. A. (1988). "The Economics of Biological Diversity." International Union for Conservation of Nature, Gland, Switzerland.

Mawdsley, N. A., and Stork, N. E. (1995). Species extinctions in insects: Ecological and biogeographical considerations. In "Insects in the Changing Environment." (R. Harrington and N. E. Stork, eds.), pp. 321—369. Academic Press, London.

May, R. M. (1992). How many species inhabit the earth? Sci. Am. October, 18-24.

Stork, N. E. (1988). Insect diversity: Facts, fiction and speculation. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 35, 321-337.

Stork, N. E. (1995). The magnitude of global biodiversity and its decline. In "The Living Planet in Crisis: Biodiversity Science and Policy" (J. Cracraft and F. T. Grifo, eds.), pp. 3-32. Columbia University Press, New York.

United Nations Environmental Programme. (1995). "Global Biodiversity Assessment." Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.

World Conservation Monitoring Centre. (1992). "Global Biodiversity. Status of the Earth's Living Resources." Chapman & Hall, London.

Wilson, E. O. (1993). "The Diversity of Life." Allen Lane, Penguin Press, London.

Wilson, E. O., and Peter, F. M. (eds.). (1988). "Biodiversity," pp. 3-18. National Academy Press, Washington, DC.

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