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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.
"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 ..."