Gilbert Waldbauer

Gilbert Waldbauer is Professor Emeritus of Entomology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

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Cover: A Walk around the Pond: Insects in and over the WaterA Walk around the Pond: Insects in and over the WaterWaldbauer, GilbertPAPERBACK04/15/2008$22.50
Cover: What Good Are Bugs?: Insects in the Web of LifeWhat Good Are Bugs?: Insects in the Web of LifeWaldbauer, GilbertPAPERBACK10/25/2004$29.00
Cover: Millions of Monarchs, Bunches of Beetles: How Bugs Find Strength in NumbersMillions of Monarchs, Bunches of Beetles: How Bugs Find Strength in NumbersWaldbauer, GilbertPAPERBACK12/15/2001$18.50
Cover: The Birder’s Bug BookThe Birder’s Bug BookWaldbauer, GilbertPAPERBACK04/07/2000$18.50
Cover: Insects through the SeasonsInsects through the SeasonsWaldbauer, GilbertPAPERBACK02/11/1998$16.50
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