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  1. Curious protective features in the young of vertebrates by Edward E. Prince.
    By: Prince, Edward E. - Andersonian Naturalists' Society.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1893?
    Contributed by: Canadiana.org (archive.org)
    Subjects: Addresses, essays, lectures  Animal defenses  Membranes (Biology)  physiology  Vertebrates  
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  2. Discovery of a defensively malodorous and nocturnal frog in the family Dendrobatidae : phylogenetic significance of a new genus and species from the Venezuelan Andes. American Museum novitates ; no. 3002
    By: Daly, John W. - Myers, Charles W. - Paolillo O., Alfredo.
    Publication info: New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History 1991
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Amphibians  Animal defenses  Aromobates  Aromobates nocturnus  Classification  Frogs  Venezuela  
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  3. Systematics of snakes referred to Dipsas variegata in Panama and western South America, with revalidation of two species and notes on defensive behaviors in the Dipsadini (Colubridae). American Museum novitates ; no. 3409
    By: Cadle, John E. - Myers, Charles W.
    Publication info: New York, NY : American Museum of Natural History 2003
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Animal defenses  Behavior  Classification  Defenses,  Dipsadini  Dipsas andiana  Dipsas nicholsi  Dipsas variegata  Panama  Reptiles  Snakes  South America  
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  4. The urticating hairs of theraphosid spiders. American Museum novitates ; no. 2498
    By: Cooke, John A. L. - Miller, Frederick H. - Roth, Vincent D.
    Publication info: New York, N.Y. : American Museum of Natural History 1972
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: America  Anatomy  Animal defenses  Arachnida  Hair  Spiders  Tarantulas  ultrastructure  urticaria  
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