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Illustrated Key to the British False Scorpions (Pseudoscorpions)

Identification Key
By: Gerald Legg(Author), Francis Farr-Cox(Author), Richard Jones(Illustrator)
12 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
Illustrated Key to the British False Scorpions (Pseudoscorpions)
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Most people who see a false scorpion for the first time are fascinated. Although tiny (4 mm or less), their body shape is intriguing and can be discerned with the naked eye. This new AIDGAP guide, in the fold-out chart style, is an illustrated key to the 27 species found in the British Isles. The authors hope that this new guide will encourage more recording of these small but vital animals.

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Identification Key
By: Gerald Legg(Author), Francis Farr-Cox(Author), Richard Jones(Illustrator)
12 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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