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SCORPIONS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA.

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Jonathan Leeming
SCORPIONS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA.
Struik (2003).
ISBN 1-86872-804-8
This book is written by by Jonathan Leeming, who has done a lot of work with South African scorpions. This book will be intended for both professionals and amateur naturalists. More information about the book, and information how to order it can be found HERE (this is a Word-file). I will write some more information about the book as soon as I've seen it.
Ordering information can be found HERE

SCORPIONS OF BRAZIL.

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Lourenco, Wilson.
SCORPIONS OF BRAZIL.
LES EDITIONS DE L'IF (2002).
ISBN 2914449038 This book is written by by Dr. Wilson Lourenco, who has done a lot of research in taxonomy, biology, ecology and biogeography of scorpions, and is considered an authority on tropical scorpions. More information about the book, and information how to order it can be found HERE (this is a pdf-file, andAcrobat Reader is neccessary to read the file). I will write some more information about the book as soon as I've seen it.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 October 2012 13:40

SCORPIONS 2001 - In memoriam Gary A. Polis.

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Fet, Victor & Paul Selden (eds.).

SCORPIONS 2001 - In memoriam Gary A. Polis.
British Arachnological Society (2001).
ISBN 0950009334
This new book is a very important contribution to the knowledge of scorpion biology. It includes several important works on scorpion taxonomy and phylogeny (but also other areas of scorpion biology) by the worlds leading scorpion scientists. Reccomended for all professional scorpionists.

Scorpions of the World.

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Roland Stockmann & Eric Ythier
Scorpions of the World.
NAP Editions (2010)
ISBN 978-2-913688-11-7.
Probably the most comprehensive and informative scorpion book since The Biology of Scorpions. The book has a scientific basis, but is written in a popular science language (but some parts are quite advanced). The book contains an updated review on scorpion biology. The part about scorpion taxonomy is very informative and is a great tools for laypersons that wants to learn about scorpion taxonomy. The book has pictures and descriptions of 350 species. More information about the book.

Illustrated Catalog of Scorpions. Part I.

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Kovarík, František
Illustrated Catalog of Scorpions. Part I.
Clarion Productions (2009).
ISBN 
Part I of Kovarik's Illustrated Scorpion Catalog covers the Scorpionidae subfamily Scorpioninae with genera Heterometrus, Pandinus, Scorpio and Opistophthalmus. An ID key for all the genera, distributional data and 650 color pictures of most species in the subfamily are presented. In the book's introductionary part, a key to all scorpion families and genera described by the end of 2008 is given. This book is important to all professional scorpionists, but will also be useful for hobbyists and other scorpion interested peoples as the language is not too scientific. How to order the book .

Cataloge of the Scorpions of the World (1758-1998).

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Fet, Victor, Sissom, W. David, Lowe, Graeme & Braunwalder, Matt E.
Cataloge of the Scorpions of the World (1758-1998).
The New York Entomological Society (2000).
ISBN 0913424242
A complete list of all scorpion families, genera and species described up to 1998, their distributions and literature references (bibliograhies). This book doesn't have any identification keys or descriptions of the species. This book is essential for all professional scorpionists.

Scorpion Biology and Research.

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Brownell, Philip & Polis, Gary.
Scorpion Biology and Research.
Oxford University Press (2001).
ISBN 0195084349
A very important and informative update on scorpion biology, but this book doesn't cover all sides of scorpion biology. This book is not an updated version of The Biology of Scorpions, but rather an update on selected areas of scorpion biology.

The Biology of Scorpions.

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Gary A. Polis (editor)
The Biology of Scorpions.
Standford University Press (1990)
ISBN 0804712492
This is currently the best scorpion book available. The late Gary A. Polis was the world's leading scorpion ecology expert until his tragic death. With chapters written by the world's leading authorities, this book involves all aspects of scorpion biology and can be enjoyed by both researchers and hobbyists. An essential book for all interested in scorpions.

Last Updated on Saturday, 06 October 2012 12:31

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