Unia Europejska

foto Piotr Ślipiński


by Wojciech Czechowski, Alexander Radchenko and Wiesława Czechowska

The Ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae)of Poland is a monographic study of 98 ant species known from Poland. The book comprises three sections. The first is a catalogue of the Polish ants which provides a systematic review of the species together with information about their geographical ranges, occurrence in Poland and biology. This section cites all faunistic literature data up to the year 2000. The second section characterises the myrmecofauna of Poland, including its species, zoogeographical and ecological compositions. The third section consists of keys for identification of the Polish ant taxa.The book contains 200 pages, 6 tables, 101 figures (maps of ranges and distribution of species) and 20 plates of morphological drawings. Hard cover.The authors are members of the Department of Social Insects and Myrmecophiles of the Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.

The book is out of print.