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A NEW SPECIES OF BOTHRIURUS FROM BRAZIL (SCORPIONES, BOTHRIURIDAE)
Abstract A new species of scorpion from southern Brazil, Bothriurus pora, is described. The hemispermatophore of this species is unique within the genus, displaying a highly developed and extremelyExpand
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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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Andean uplift drives diversification of the bothriurid scorpion genus Brachistosternus
Fil: Ceccarelli, Fadia Sara. Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas. Oficina de Coordinacion Administrativa Parque Centenario. Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "BernardinoExpand
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Molecular phylogeny endorses the relationship between carnivorous and filter‐feeding tunicates (Tunicata, Ascidiacea)
Tatián, M., Lagger, C., Demarchi, M. & Mattoni, C. (2011). Molecular phylogeny endorses the relationship between carnivorous and filter‐feeding tunicates (Tunicata, Ascidiacea).—Zoologica Scripta,Expand
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The genus Brachistosternus (Scorpiones: Bothriuridae) in Chile, with Descriptions of Two New Species
Abstract We review the taxonomy of the Brachistosternus Pocock, 1893 scorpions of Chile, providing revised diagnoses, comprehensive distribution maps (based on all known locality records), and anExpand
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La verdadera identidad de Bothriurus vittatus (Guérin-Méneville, 1838) (Scorpiones, Bothriuridae)
Bothriurus vittatus (Guerin-Mene-ville), espece tres controversee et peu connue, est ici redecrite. Toutes les citations de cette espece sont analysees. Sont decrits et illustres en detail, laExpand
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Chelicerae as male grasping organs in scorpions: sexual dimorphism and associated behaviour.
Specialised structures that enable males to grasp females during sexual interactions are highly susceptible to selection and thus diverge relatively rapidly over evolutionary time. These structuresExpand
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Immunological female role tested on artificial plugs in three scorpion species
Within arachnids, genital plugs are morphologically diverse, and they can be formed by male, female or be a contribution of both sexes. Although several species of scorpions with genital plugs areExpand