Insects and Diseases
by Rennie W. Doane
Publisher: The Quinn & Boden Co. press 1910
Number of pages: 227
A popular account of the way in which insects may spread or cause some of our common diseases. This little book is an attempt to bring together and place in untechnical form the most important of the facts gathered from sources many of which are at present inaccessible to the general reader, perhaps even to many physicians and entomologists.
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