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John Gooderham is a freshwater ecologist who has spent his professional life working with waterbugs as researcher, author, consultant and teacher. John has lectured internationally and has been involved in a number of community education programs in Victoria and Tasmania. Edward Tsyrlin is a freshwater ecologist who has spent his professional life working with waterbugs as researcher, author, consultant and teacher. John has lectured internationally and has been involved in a number of community education programs in Victoria and Tasmania. He works as a professional taxonomist and acts as Waterwatch Coordinator for the Merri Creek Management Committee. His strong interest in macro-photography provided the original motivation for this book.

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"The authors write with authority and just the right lightness of touch. The color pictures (more than 350) of live creatures are excellent. ... A superb example of scientific publishing for a broad readership." --The Australian "Gooderham and Tsyrlin have produced an attractive book that will appeal to a wide range of readers interested in freshwaters, their ecology and life. The superb photographs of invertebrates will delight non-professionals and professionals alike." --Ulrike Nolte "Wildlife Australia " Farmers involved with environmental monitoring with find The Waterbug Book by John Gooderham and Edward Tsyrlin an invaluable reference." --v "Australian Landcare " "Without a doubt, anyone interested in water, bugs, or both should have this book on the shelves" --David Meagher "Trees and Natural Resources " ." . . The text is extremely well written and authoritative, . . . superb photographs. . . The Waterbug book will appeal to a whole spectrum of readers, from keen naturalists, fly fishermen and students, to water-management authorities, environmental consultants and academics." --Noel Tait, Macquarie University "NATURE AUSTRALIA " ." . . very readable and clearly designed to appeal to the non-specialist. At the same time, the quality of the pictures is a joy and the written notes are useful for the professional aquatic ecologist." --Leon Metzeling, EPA Victoria "Victorian Naturalist " ..". the definitive guide to toad bugs, marsh flies, aquatic caterpillars, moth flies an rat-tailed maggots that will have your ecologist totally enthralled ..."

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