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Continuous characters analyzed as such
Quantitative and continuous characters have rarely been included in cladistic analyses of morphological data; when included, they have always been discretized, using a variety of ad hoc methods. AsExpand
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Morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy of South American bothropoid pitvipers (Serpentes, Viperidae)
Carrasco, P.A., Mattoni, C.I., Leynaud, G.C. & Scrocchi, G.J. (2012). Morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy of South American bothropoid pitvipers (Serpentes, Viperidae). —Zoologica Scripta, 41, 109–124.
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Increased long‐range intermediate‐magnitude earthquake activity prior to strong earthquakes in California
We study the space-time relationships between strong earthquakes in California and the intermediate-magnitude earthquakes that both precede and follow them. All 11 earthquakes in California withExpand
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Comparative anatomy of the mesosomal organs of scorpions (Chelicerata, Scorpiones), with implications for the phylogeny of the order
We present a review and reassessment of anatomical variation in the ovariuterus (and associated follicles), digestive gland, and lateral lymphoid organs of scorpions, and discuss the contribution ofExpand
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Biogeographic history of south american arid lands : A view from its arthropods using TASS analysis
Abstract Arid and semi-arid ecosystems in South America include several different habitats, such as the Peruvian and Atacama Deserts of the Pacific Coast, Monte Desert of central Argentina,Expand
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Dated phylogenetic studies of the southernmost American buthids (Scorpiones; Buthidae).
A dated molecular phylogeny of the southernmost American species of the family Buthidae, based on two nuclear and two mitochondrial genes, is presented. Based on this study, analyzed species of theExpand
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Scorpion diversity in two different habitats in the Arid Chaco, Argentina
Scorpions are one of the most important taxa of predators in terms of density, biomass, and diversity in various areas of the world. In this study, we compared population- and community-level dataExpand
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TERGAL AND SEXUAL ANOMALIES IN BOTHRIURID SCORPIONS (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
Abstract New data concerning developmental anomalies observed among species of the family Bothriuridae (Scorpiones) are presented. Tergal malformations in Bothriurus coriaceus, BrachistosternusExpand
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Phylogeny, species delimitation and convergence in the South American bothriurid scorpion genus Brachistosternus Pocock 1893: Integrating morphology, nuclear and mitochondrial DNA.
A phylogenetic analysis of the scorpion genus Brachistosternus Pocock, 1893 (Bothriuridae Simon, 1880) is presented, based on a dataset including 41 of the 43 described species and five outgroups,Expand
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