Further Reading

Binnington, K. & Retnakaran, A. (eds) (1991) Physiology of the

Insect Epidermis. CSIRO Publications, Melbourne. Chapman, R.F. (1998) The Insects. Structure and Function, 4 th edn. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Krenn, H.W., Plant, J.D. & Szucsich, N.U. (2005) Mouthparts of flower-visiting insects. Arthropod Structure and Development 34, 1-40.

Lawrence, J.F., Nielsen, E.S. & Mackerras, I.M. (1991) Skeletal anatomy and key to orders. In: The Insects ofAustralia, 2nd edn (CSIRO), pp. 3-32. Melbourne University Press, Carlton.

Nichols, S.W. (1989) The Torre-Bueno Glossary of Entomology. The New York Entomological Society in co-operation with the American Museum of Natural History, New York.

Resh, V.H. & Cardé, R.T. (eds) (2009) Encyclopedia of Insects, 2nd edn. Elsevier, San Diego, CA. (Particularly see articles on anatomy; head; thorax; abdomen and genitalia; mouth-parts; wings.)

Richards, A.G. & Richards, P.A. (1979) The cuticular protuberances of insects. International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology 8, 143-57.

Snodgrass, R.E. (1935) Principles of Insect Morphology. McGraw-Hill, New York. (This classic book remains a valuable reference despite its age.)

Wootton, R.J. (1992) Functional morphology of insect wings. Annual Review ofEntomology 37, 113- 40.

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