Your collection. Collection and production of zoological collections

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Field diary
  3. Making labels
  4. Selection of animals for collectibles
  5. Briefly about insects
  6. In the Meadow
  7. Etymological butterfly net
  8. Mordant
  9. Catching insects with butterfly net
  10. Gathering of very small insects
  11. Gathering insects from the plants
  12. Field equipment of entomologist
  13. In the Forest
  14. Manual collecting of insects on trunks, branches, leaves, trees and shrubs
  15. Insect shaking off the canvas
  16. Collecting insect by screening method
  17. Collecting of wasps prey
  18. Collecting the mushrooms inhabitants
  19. Near the house
  20. Traps and lures for insects
  21. Light traps
  22. Collecting the manure and carrion inhabitants
  23. Collecting the soil insects
  24. Withdrawal of adult insects from larvae and pupae
  25. General information on the packaging and storage of insects
  26. Laying of insects on cotton mattresses
  27. Preserving the natural coloring of insects
  28. Mummification of larvae and pupae
  29. Inflation of caterpillars
  30. Drying and Storage of caterpillars and other larvae in natural positions (injection or paraffin wax)
  31. Softening and prick of insects
  32. Straightening of butterflies
  33. Straightening the other insects
  34. Straightening the insects in natural poses
  35. Features of the collection of invertebrates (except insects)
  36. Collecting the arachnids
  37. Collecting the centipedes
  38. Collecting the woodlice
  39. Collecting the soil worms
  40. Collecting the shellfish
  41. Briefly about the inhabitants of fresh water
  42. Features of the collection of aquatic animals
  43. Near the pond
  44. Net for catching the aquatic animals
  45. Analysis and sorting the catch
  46. On the river
  47. Scraper
  48. On the shore of the lake
  49. Plankton net and ring travel
  50. General information about methods of killing and storage of various invertebrates (except insects)
  51. Storage of arachnids
  52. Killing and storage of centipedes
  53. Storage of crustaceans
  54. Storage of plankton
  55. Killing and storage of shellfish
  56. Killing and storage of various worms
  57. Storage of coelenterates, sponges and bryozoans
  58. Determination of animals
  59. Briefly about methods of registration of zoological collections
  60. Mounting collections in glass boxes
  61. Mounting collections on boards
  62. Preparation of wet preparations
  63. Making the simplest biogroups
  64. Care for zoological collections and protection them from pests
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Козлов М., Нинбург Е. Ваша коллекция. Сбор и изготовление зоологических коллекций. Пособие для учащихся. – М.: Просвещение, 1971. – 160 с.