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“Worm in the Apple: German Traitors and Other Influences That Pushed the World Into War (in German (1952) and English (1997)), by Friedrich Lenz, trans. by Victor Diodon (HTML with commentary at wintersonnenwende. com)”
“One day I was amused by watching the habits of the Diodon antennatus, which was caught swimming near the shore.”
“Cuvier doubts whether the Diodon in this position is able to swim; but not only can it thus move forward in a straight line, but it can turn round to either side.”
“Diodon, floating alive and distended, in the stomach of the shark; and that on several occasions he has known it eat its way, not only through the coats of the stomach, but through the sides of the monster, which has thus been killed.”
“Marcel added two species of puffers to his poison—Diodon hystrix and Sphoeroides testudineus—both known to contain tetrodotoxin.”
“It was a species of Diodon that poisoned the Dutch sailors on the Postilion as it rounded the Cape of Good Hope.”
“Marcel had recognized two varieties of fish—the fou-fou, which was Diodon hystrix, and the crapaud de mer, or sea toad, which was Sphoeroides testudineus.”
“Other ingredients included another bouga toad and not one but four species of puffer fish Sphoeroides testudineus, S. spengleri, Diodon hystrix, D. holacanthus.”
“This account is offered by the physician who arrived at the bodies not ten minutes after they had eaten the fish a species of Diodon, as it turned out.”
“I have got a few fish, including a prettily-marked _Diodon_ or _Tetraodon_, probably new, and a”
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