SCORPIONS OF MEDICAL IMPORTANCE
by Hugh L. Keegan
1980, 152 pages, 31 plates of black and white drawings. Features excellent full-page, detailed and accurate illustrations. Provides an account of the distribution, morphology, biology, and classification of those scorpions considered medically important. Covers clinical aspects of scorpion envenomation and methods of scorpion control. Also considers scorpions not medically important, but found in close association with man, and the cause of entomophobia and needless apprehension. Hardcover; 7-1/2 x 10-1/2″.
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