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By Buck Tilton

The little ebook loaded with details on the best way to steer clear of or take care of bites and stings within the nice outdoor.

Includes: useful pointers on staying secure from harmful bites and stings up to date information regarding ailments unfold by means of biters and stingers West Nile Virus evidence and therapy Compares universal (and no longer so universal) repellents worthwhile illustrations, charts, and appendix

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IV, 1923, pl. CDI. Plate 13, fig. 3 73 mm 29 O / o (7) 29 O / o 49 O/O Remarks:- Owing to the crushing of the holotype, the thickness cannot he determined, but in the smaller paratype which is only slightly deformed by pressure the whorl-thickness is about equal to the height. This paratype example, with a complete whorl of body-chamber, has fewer ribs than the holotype, but this is probably due merely to its s m a l l e ~ One of two other fragments, doubtfully referred to this species, the inner whorls more clearly than the paratype and they can be seen to be finely-ribbed, like the immature and crushed Crendonites in Plate 7 , fig.

46 Ko. 17Gm 86 mm 31 Q/o 35 '10 43 O/O L,, J . ~andthe body-chamber, part of which is preserved but was 0m;tted in the figure. The crescentic primary ribs or bulges continue apparently with little change. The specimen figured in Plate 33, fig. 1, -') Clp. ), 1882, pl. being pl. I bis, fig. 6 ) . p 11, fig. 3 (the lectotype 111 The Upper Jurassic Invertebrate Faunas of Cape h l i e , Milne Land. is directly transitional t o D. gracilis, described below, and a number still smaller examples, resembling that figured in Plate 33, fig.

Panderi, hut not developing the raised primaries of D. s, a t least a t a diameter of about 85 mm (still septate). The di ences between this suture-line and that. of another Russian form of panderi group (B. , no. i4213) on the one hand, and t h a t of D. do planoides on the other, are negligible; conversely the peculiar costat of the present form and its comparatively sudden change from fine coarse preclude identification with either D. dorsoplanus or the doubt D. panderi. A second fragment (no.

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