Ganglia and nerves of scorpions Edwin Ray Lankester
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Ganglia and nerves of scorpions
Anatomical diagrams showing the disposition of the chief nerves and ganglia in scorpions. Figure 2 is based upon the anatomy ofAndroctonus funestus (Androctonus australis). Figure 3 indicates the main features of Scorpio cyaneus, and other tropical species. Figure 4 is reproduced from Leon Dufourâ€™s description of the European and North African yellow scorpion Buthus occitanus, here designated Androctonus occitanus.
- Image reference: RS-11625
- The Royal Society
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