SCORPION BIOLOGY AND RESEARCH
Philip Brownell & Gary Polis, editors
2001, 448 pages, 128 SEMs, photos, charts, tables, maps. Demonstrates the value of scorpions as model systems for investigating a wide range of biological questions, from neurobiology to evolutionary ecology. Contributions by 20 biologists from varying disciplines cover all facets of scorpion biology. Detailed research findings and introduction provide material of interest to both the general reader and the specialist. Clothbound; 6-1/4 x 9-1/2″.
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