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This book covers the findings of millipede body size analysis using measurements taken for a forest genus Centrobolus. The basic finding is dimorphism increases with body size. The author uses scientific analysis to show how he reaches this conclusion. The results are in agreement with the literature for Arthropods and Animals as was published in the journals Arthropods and Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies.

Produktbeschreibung
This book covers the findings of millipede body size analysis using measurements taken for a forest genus Centrobolus. The basic finding is dimorphism increases with body size. The author uses scientific analysis to show how he reaches this conclusion. The results are in agreement with the literature for Arthropods and Animals as was published in the journals Arthropods and Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies.
Autorenporträt
Mark Cooper was born in Oxford in December 1972. He matriculated at Damelin College in 1990. He studied in the College of Science in 1991-1992 at the University of the Witwatersrand. Thereafter he went into mainstream BSc and majored in Zoology and Botany (1994). He went to the University of Cape Town and graduated with MSc(Zoology)(1998).