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Early articles / books on Venomous Conus


Abbott, R.T., (1950) The venomous cone shells. The Science Counselor, Dec. 1950: 3 pp.

Clench, W.J., (1946) The poison Cone shell. Occ. Papers Moll., 1 (7): 49-80.

Duarte, L., {1977) Danger from Conus ermineus. In Burnay & Monteiro: Seashells from Cape Verde Islands. Lisbon.

Endean, R., (1964) Venomous Cones. Australian Nat. Hist., 14 (12): 400-403

Endean, R. & Duchemin, C., (1967) The venom apparatus of Conus magus. Toxicon, 4: 275-284

Endean, R., Gyr, P. & Parish, G., (1974) Pharmacology of the venom of the gastropod Conus magus. Toxicon, 12: 117-129

Endean, R. & Izatt, J., (1965) Pharmacological study of the venom of the gastropod Conus magus. Toxicon, 3: 81-93

Endean, R., Izatt, J. & McColm, D., (1967) The venom of the piscivorous gastropod Conus striatus. Animal Toxins, 137-144

Endean, R., Parish, G. & Gyr, P., (1974) Pharmacology of the venom of Conus geographus. Toxicon, 12: 131-138

Endean, R. & Rudkin, C., (1965) Further studies of the venoms of Conidae. Toxicon, 2: 225-249

Fainzilber, M., (1978) A case of a Conus mediterraneus sting. Levantina, 16:182

Fainzilber, M., (1978) Ignorance of the Israeli public to the dangers of Conus stings.Levantina, 17: 193

Kohn, A.J., (1958) Recent cases of human injury due to venomous marine snails of the genus Conus. Hawaii Medical J., 17: 528-532

Kohn, A.J., (1963) Venomous marine snails of the genus Conus. In: Venomous and poisonous animals and noxious plants of the Pacific area, 83-96

Tsuriel, P.S., (1978) First record of a Conus sting from Elat. Levantina, 14: 150

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