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Systematic revision of diplocentrid scorpions (Diplocentridae) from Circum-Caribbean lands
Oscar F. Francke
Bibliography: p. 57-60.
|Statement||Oscar F. Francke.|
|Series||Special publications - Museum, Texas Tech University ; no. 14, Special publications (Texas Tech University. Museum) ;, no. 14.|
|LC Classifications||QL458.72.D5 F73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||78623274|
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Special Publications The Museum Texas Tech Univers 1– Francke, O. Revision of the genus Nebo Simon (Scorpiones: Diplocentridae).Cited by: 7. Get this from a library. Systematic revision of the troglomorphic North American scorpion family Typhlochactidae (Scorpiones, Chactoidea). [Valerio Vignoli; Lorenzo Prendini] -- The scorpion family Typhlochactidae Mitchell,endemic to eastern Mexico, comprises nine troglomorphic species specialized for life in hypogean and endogean habitats.
A systematic revision of the granulatus group of the bothriurid scorpion genus Urophonius Pocock, is presented. Urophonius pizarroi, n.
sp., a new species from central Chile, is described. Systematic revision of diplocentrid scorpions from Systematic revision of diplocentrid scorpions book lands. Article. Full-text available. book lungs, pectines and labrum of the scorpion species Centruroides sculpturatus.
In a revision of the higher scorpion systematics, Soleglad & Fet () abolished the family Diplocentridae and included all genera into Scorpionidae. This have been criticized by parts of the scorpion expert community, who treat this taxa as a valid family (Diplocentridae). This is also the case with the present article.
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Factors influencing litter size in diplocentrid scorpions are analyzed: female size and size of young account for 81% of the variability in litter size recorded among 12 observations representing.
Prendini, L. Redefinition and systematic revision of the East African scorpion genus Pandinoides (scorpiones: scorpionidae) with critique of the taxonomy of Pandinus, Sensu Lato.
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(Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, no. Scorpion fauna of Mt. Palomar, California, with evaluation of community changes over space and time. Williams, S. Scorpion fauna of Nevada with discussion of distribution and keys for identification. Two new scorpion species from the mountains of southern Arizona (Vaejovidae: Vaejovis).
The Neotropical “club-tailed” scorpions of the genus Rhopalurus Thorell,and two related genera in family Buthidae C.L. Koch,i.e., Physoctonus Mello-Leitão,and Troglorhopalurus Lourenço et al.,are revised, based on a simultaneous phylogenetic analysis of 90 morphological characters and aligned DNA nucleotides from three mitochondrial and two nuclear gene.
A systematic revision of the giant hairy-scorpion genus Hadrurus (Scorpionida: Vejovidae). Calif Acad. Sci. Occas. Pap. Coexistance of closely related desert scorpion species by differential habitat specialization.
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Part II Robert J. Baker, J. Knox Jones, Jr. and Dilford C. Carter, pages (~MB. Scorpion is the common name for any of the carnivorous arthropods comprising the order Scorpiones within class Arachnida, characterized by a slender, segmented body with six pairs of appendages, including four pairs of walking legs and one pair of large, claw-like pinchers, as well as a flexible, segmented tail that is curved over the back and has a hollow, venomous sting.
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This work provides historical context about scorpion studies from the end of the 19th century to the present day. The content is mainly addressed to non-zoologists, working in research fields that embrace scorpion biology, notably to those working with venoms and toxins.
The historical aspects described include academic professional scholars who worked on scorpion classification and general.B () Systematic Revision of the North American Syntropine Vaejovid Scorpion Genera Maaykuyak, Syntropis, and Vizcaino, with Description of the Adults of .Only few molecular phylogenies on scorpion are available, thereby impeding on the study of morphology evolution in these animals.
Here, we evaluated, using molecular data for the first time at a family level, the morphology evolution of enigmatic scorpions with a parametric approach.