Edited By: Phillip Brownell and Gary Polis
431 pages, 44 b/w photos, 81 line illus, figs
Summarises all the recent research into scorpion biology, and emphasises the value of scorpions as model systems for investigating a wide range of biological questions, from neurobiology to evolutionary ecology.
This book is an essential volume for the library of scorpion biologists (present and future), as well those interested in arachnids and arthropods in general...a very well-written and well-conceived book. -- Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research
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