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  • Pain, swelling and irritability in the sun: what is the diagnosis? [Journal Article]
    Arch Dis Child Educ Pract Ed 2019McGlacken-Byrne SM, Dann L, … Moylett E
  • A 7-year-old boy presented with a 24-hour history of severe burning pain affecting both hands that had started within minutes of playing outdoors. His mother reported that he had been running his hands under cold water and shaking his hands and head to try and relieve the pain. On examination, there was swelling of his hands, eyelids and cheeks. His parents mentioned that his hands and face had '…
  • The high speed radular prey strike of a fish-hunting cone snail. [Letter]
    Curr Biol 2019; 29(16):R788-R789Schulz JR, Jan I, … Azizi E
  • Cone snails are venomous marine gastropods that hydraulically propel a hollow, chitinous radular harpoon into prey [1,2]. This radular harpoon serves both as projectile and conduit for venom delivery. In the fish-hunting cone snail Conus catus, the radular harpoon is also utilized to tether the snail to its prey, rapidly paralyzed by neuroexcitatory peptides [2,3]. Effective prey capture in C. ca…
  • Conspicuous colours reduce predation rates in fossorial uropeltid snakes. [Journal Article]
    PeerJ 2019; 7:e7508Cyriac VP, Kodandaramaiah U
  • Uropeltid snakes (Family Uropeltidae) are non-venomous, fossorial snakes that are found above ground occasionally, during which time they are exposed to predation. Many species are brightly coloured, mostly on the ventral surface, but these colours are expected to have no function below the ground. Observations have shown that the cephalic resemblance (resemblance to heads) of uropeltid tails may…
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