Continuous characters analyzed as such
Results suggest that continuous characters carry indeed phylogenetic information, and that (if they have been observed) there is no real reason to exclude them from the analysis.
Morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy of South American bothropoid pitvipers (Serpentes, Viperidae)
Morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy of South American bothropoid pitvipers (Serpentes, Viperidae) is described.
Comparative anatomy of the mesosomal organs of scorpions (Chelicerata, Scorpiones), with implications for the phylogeny of the order
A review and reassessment of anatomical variation in the ovariuterus, digestive gland, and lateral lymphoid organs of scorpions, and the contribution of these character systems to the understanding of scorpion phylogeny is discussed.
Andean uplift drives diversification of the bothriurid scorpion genus Brachistosternus
- F. S. Ceccarelli, A. Ojanguren-Affilastro, M. Ramírez, J. Ochoa, C. Mattoni, L. Prendini
- 1 October 2016
In conclusion, the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas decided to suspend operations of the Parque Centenario until further notice so as to allow for a thorough and efficient evaluation of the material presented.
Biogeographic history of south american arid lands : A view from its arthropods using TASS analysis
TERGAL AND SEXUAL ANOMALIES IN BOTHRIURID SCORPIONS (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
- C. Mattoni
- 1 August 2005
Two new cases of intersexuality in scorpions, in specimens of Brachistosternus pentheri and Bothriurus araguayae, are reported and discussed.
Dated phylogenetic studies of the southernmost American buthids (Scorpiones; Buthidae).
Scorpion Sheds ‘Tail’ to Escape: Consequences and Implications of Autotomy in Scorpions (Buthidae: Ananteris)
Autotomy of the metasoma (the hind part of the opisthosoma, or ‘tail’) in fourteen species of Ananteris appears to be an effective, adaptive, anti-predation escape mechanism.
A NEW SPECIES OF BOTHRIURUS FROM BRAZIL (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
The hemispermatophore of this species is unique within the genus Bothriurus pora, displaying a highly developed and extremely complex capsular region.
Scorpion diversity in two different habitats in the Arid Chaco, Argentina
The results indicate that species composition in regenerating forest resembles that of primary forest after c.