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The biology of scorpions - Polis, G. A.

Discussion in 'Book and Magazine Reviews' started by Admin, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. Admin

    Admin Guest


    This review is courtesy of R.G. Breene and the ATS at www.atshq.org

    Written for scientists and not enthusiasts, this is still the only book for scorpion enthusiasts.
  2. skinheaddave

    skinheaddave SkorpionSkin Arachnosupporter


    I agree that the Polis book is fantastic, but it is no longer the only one. Oxford Press recently published (2001) a book co-edited by Brownell and Polis (pre-mortem) entitled "Scorpion Biology and Research." I have not read it yet, but I have flipped through it and can barely wait to sink my teeth into it (or maybe even read it). While it doesn't seem to have some of the useful features of the first Polis book (ID keys, lots of general overviews and tables), it does have a series of articles of definite interest to the scorpion enthusiast.

  3. pandinus potro

    pandinus potro Arachnopeon

    This is and antique book and many scientific names are changed in the last years, but is an excelent book!!
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