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Scorpions: Keeping & Breeding Them in Captivity-Ann Web

Discussion in 'Book and Magazine Reviews' started by Kugellager, Dec 14, 2003.

  1. Kugellager

    Kugellager ArachnoJester Arachnosupporter

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    NEGATIVE

    This publication has some very basic information on keeping of scorpions, their habitats and the significance of their venom. There are many errors, mistakes and out right incorrect information on many of the scorpions covered in this book. The author showed lack of experience in keeping scorpions as well as the inability to research husbandry information from the wealth of data and experience available from the scorpion keeping community.

    This publications one saving grace is the excellent photography of various (and sometimes misidentified) scorpion species. The photography is the best I have seen out there.

    If you want great photographs of scorpions get this book...If you want good information get something else.

    John
    ];')
     
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