Hi Jochen,Jochen said:This is not the full description. You have to read "Attems - Das Tierreich" as well. The descriptions of Schileyko & Stagl are supplements and corrections of "Das Tierreich" in most cases. They worked on the same collection as Attems in Vienna.
The price was 300 Euro last time I have seen it for sale. It is rare and it is not translated yet. And parts of it are even for Germans hard to understand, it's very scientific...danread said:Hi Jochen,
I know. I'd love to get hold of a copy of Das Tierreich, but even if i could, i unfortunately don't speak a word of German. There hasn't been a translated version of it done yet?
Is this the only book with taxonomic keys of Scolopendromorphs? Do you know of any other literature that might be useful?
I am so happy for you Pede God of Belgium. I may have the same by next week. :}gongyles said:after giving it some water to drink and a cricket as snack,... i've tranferd it to his new enclosure,... while moving it,... fed it another cricket and shot some PIX
amazing specie,... i'm really stunned,... never saw one for real untill now :}
Ow yeah Bob,... it's from Zwitserland
i was amazed by their size,... pushing 17cm orso
i'm in looooooooooooooooooooooove
Jochen said:Hi Dan,
The price was 300 Euro last time I have seen it for sale. It is rare and it is not translated yet. And parts of it are even for Germans hard to understand, it's very scientific...
I don't know any other centipede-related book with such a big taxonomic key. And Attems must have seen MANY species... Most other keys I know show only size, coloration, antenna segments and few more information, and only for few species.
Of course some parts of are outdated and new species discovered, but I don't know any comparable books.