The Life of Crustacea
by William Thomas Calman
Publisher: Methuen & Co. 1911
Number of pages: 289
This sketch of the Natural History of the Crustacea deals chiefly with their habits and modes of life, and attempts to provide, for readers unfamiliar with the technicalities of Zoology, an account of some of the more important scientific problems suggested by a study of the living animals in relation to their environment.
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