Why We Need Bees, Beetles, Urchins, and Worms

A Quiz Deck on Beneficial Invertebrates
  • Why We Need Bees, Beetles, Urchins, and Worms
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This pocket-sized guide to beneficial invertebrates like bees, beetles, urchins, and worms really can hold its own as a quiz deck, with questions and answers that are fascinating as well as informative. Each card measures 3 1/4 x 4" and is coated heavy card stock printed from recycled paper. They are able to easily survive repeated reading or referencing.

Sample Question:  True or false?  Large cities are home to relatively few insects, most of which are harmful species such as houseflies and cockroaches.

False. Insects outnumber, in species and individuals, all other animals and are the most populous urban creatures.…valid for New York City.…the vast majority are beneficial, including approximately 200 species of bees, 500 of butterflies and moths, and 15 of dragonflies.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this product supports Sierra Club's efforts to preserve and protect the planet.

ISBN 978-0-7649-5076-6.

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