Dr. Frye explores the biology of several invertebrate species which are frequently kept in captivity. Invertebrates may be kept as pets, research subjects, study animals, or as live prey for higher animals. Whatever the reason for keeping captive invertebrates, it is important to understand how to
care for them properly. Topics in this volume include caging requirements, feeding, reproduction, and medical disorders of captive invertebrates. This book also includes guidelines for those who wish to culture invertebrates as prey species.
highly recommend this volume to experts, amateurs and vets, who are interested in practical entomology..." -- Tamas M. Kornyei, DVM, Hungary, 1992. "...Veterinarians will benefit greatly from reading this book and having it as a reference." -- Murray E. Fowler, Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association, July 1, l992.