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THE GENUS BRACHISTOSTERNUS IN ARGENTINA, WITH A DESCRIPTION OF A NEW PATAGONIAN SPECIES (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
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This species can not be included in any of the known subgenera due to its trichobothrial pattern; nevertheless it is closer to the subgenus Leptosternus on the basis of its remaining morphology.
A new species of Chileotrecha Maury, 1987 (Solifugae: Ammotrechidae) from Argentina with notes on the genus.
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It is reported for the first time the presence of blunt and clubbed setae in Ammotrechidae and the first record of the genus from Argentina is described.
Cytogenetic analysis on geographically distant parthenogenetic populations of Tityus trivittatus Kraepelin, 1898 (Scorpiones, Buthidae): karyotype, constitutive heterochromatin and rDNA localization
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It is proposed that a possible explanation for the lack of karyotypic variation between these geographically distant populations could be a recent colonization of urban areas by human means of synanthropic specimens from a single lineage of northeastern Argentina.
NOTES ON THE GENUS BRACHISTOSTERNUS (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE) IN CHILE, WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF TWO NEW SPECIES
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Two new species of Brachistosternus from Chile are described, one of which can be distinguished from most other species of the genus because the divided dorsal gland of the telson, and the other related to the Argentine plains species.
BOTHRIURUS JESUITA, A NEW SCORPION SPECIES FROM NORTHEASTERN ARGENTINA (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
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This species belongs to the bonariensis species group and is closely related to Bothriurus chacoensis Maury & Acosta 1993 from which it can be distinguished by its thicker and taller chela and because of it is almost 30% larger.
Systematics and distribution of Brachistosternus (Brachistosternus) ehrenbergii (Gervais, 1841), with the first record of stridulation in this genus Brachistosternus (Scorpiones: Bothriuridae)
Brachistosternus (Brachistosternus) ehrenbergii (Gervais, 1841), from Peru and northern Chile at 0–2550 m, is redescribed; new data about the distribution of this species are provided, and its
New distributional data on the genus Phoniocercus Pocock, 1893 (Scorpiones; Bothriuridae) with the first record from Argentina
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El genero de escorpiones Phoniocercus Pocock, 1893 (Bothriuridae) es endemico de los bosques humedos y frios del sudoeste de America del Sur, y se presentan nuevos datos sobre su ecologia y sistematica.
Change in the distribution of Tityus species of sanitary importance in Argentina.
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