Venomous Arthropod Handbook
by Terry L. Biery
Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office 1962
Number of pages: 58
The purpose of this handbook is to provide Air Force medical personnel with a quick reference on the problems caused by the more important venomous arthropods found in the United States. An attempt has been made to include the latest information available in the scientific literature.
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