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Books & JOURNALS

Journal of Arachnology Online

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Journal of Arachnology Online
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Published by The American Arachnology Society

Euscorpius

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Euscorpius
NEW! New electronic journal devoted to scorpion biology available in fulltext on the internet!
Published by professors Victor Fet and Michael E. Soleglad (editors).

Fauna Palestina. Arachnida I : Scorpiones.

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G. Levy & P. Amitai 
Fauna Palestina.
Arachnida I : Scorpiones.
The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Israel. (1980)
This books is the most comprehensive treatment of scorpions from Israel and Palestina. The book lists all known species from the area, and has a lot of drawings. The book also contains an introduction with detailed morphological drawings which are very helpful if you want to learn a little about many of the characteristics that are used in scorpion identification. 130 pp.
The book is still available from The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Israel (Choose "Publications Cataloge" on the meny on the left).

Etudes sur les Scorpions.

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Max Vachon
Etudes sur les Scorpions.
Institut Pasteur D'Algerie, Alger (1952)
This books is the most comprehensive treatment of North African scorpions ever made. Max Vachon was one of the most important scorpionist in modern times, and this book is a summary of his works on African scorpions. A lot of identification keys, and very good drawings. The book is written in french. 482 pp.
Available in fulltext.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 October 2012 13:58

The taxonomy, geographic distribution and evolutionary radiation of Australo-Papuan scorpions.

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L.E. Koch
The taxonomy, geographic distribution and evolutionary radiation of Australo-Papuan scorpions.
Published in Rec. West. Aust. Mus. 5 (2) pp. 83-367 in 1977.
Available in fulltext on the net with permission from the publisher through Peter Wright.
Available in fulltext!
A very extensive work covering all known (up to 1977) species from Australia. In addition to taxonomy, the paper also includes information about zoogeography, ecology and behavior. Key to species and distribution maps are included in the original monograph.

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