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Tracks & Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates
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( taxa covered )
1. Eggs and Egg Cases
2. Pupae and Exuviae

3. Parasitism, Predation, and Other Causes of Death

4. Sign on Vertebrates

5. Droppings, Secretions, and Protective Coverings without Foreign Materials

6. Webs and Other Silken Constructions

7. Cocoons

8. Coverings, Cases, Retreats, and Nests Made from Foreign Materials

9. Sign on Algae, Fungi, and Plants

10. Leaf Mines

11. Leaf Shelters

12. Galls

13. Sign on Twigs, Stems, and Stemlike Structures

14. Sign on and in Wood

15. Sign on Rocks and Shells

16. Burrows and Mounds

17. Molelike Excavations and Simple Surface Trails

18. Tracks and Trails

p. 505 At left is a detail of the bottom right image showing the bristle marks referred to in the caption. The cricket that made these tracks has been further identified as an Ammobaenetes species. To see the cricket, click here.
p. 509 The long-horned beetle that made the pictured tracks has been further identified as the live-oak root borer, Archodontes melanopus serrulatus. To see the beetle, click here.
p. 510 More specifically, the yellowjacket that made the pictured tracks (also shown on the back cover) was (Vespula vidua), the ground hornet.
p. 513 More specifically, the pictured tracks were made by Atlantic sand fiddlers (Uca pugilator).

Images ©Charley Eiseman/Noah Charney