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Scorpion Diversity and Distribution in Southern Africa: Pattern and Process
Patterns of scorpion diversity and distribution in southern Africa (south of 15° latitude), and the processes that produced them, are reviewed. A georeferenced presence-only dataset, comprising 6766Expand
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Phylogeny of Parabuthus (Scorpiones, Buthidae)
A cladistic analysis of the 20 southern African species of Parabuthus Pocock, 1890 (Scorpiones, Buthidae) and five of the eight north‐eastern African and Arabian species is presented, based on 53Expand
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FURTHER ADDITIONS TO THE SCORPION FAUNA OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Abstract The results of a study of new scorpion material, comprising nine species collected during a recent field trip to Trinidad and Tobago, are presented. The Trinidad population of TityusExpand
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THE SYSTEMATICS OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN PARABUTHUS POCOCK (SCORPIONES, BUTHIDAE): REVISIONS TO THE TAXONOMY AND KEY TO THE SPECIES
Abstract The southern African species of Parabuthus Pocock 1890 are reviewed. Twenty valid species are recognized and an illustrated key is provided for their identification. The diagnosis of eachExpand
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TWO NEW SPECIES OF HADOGENES (SCORPIONES, ISCHNURIDAE) FROM SOUTH AFRICA, WITH A REDESCRIPTION OF HADOGENES BICOLOR AND A DISCUSSION ON THE PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF HADOGENES
Abstract The taxonomic status of the endemic South African flat rock scorpion, Hadogenes bicolor Purcell 1899, is reassessed, based on a study of the types and a large series of newly-collectedExpand
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Stenotopic Hormurus Thorell, 1876 scorpions from the monsoon ecosystems of northern Australia, with a discussion on the evolution of burrowing behaviour in Hormuridae Laurie, 1896
lionel MoNod1,2, Mark s. HARveY3 & lorenzo PReNdiNi2 1 Corresponding author, département des arthropodes et d’entomologie i, Muséum d’histoire naturelle, Route de Malagnou 1, CH-1208 genève,Expand
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The vorhiesi Group of Vaejovis C.L. Koch, 1836 (Scorpiones: Vaejovidae), in Arizona, with Description of a New Species from the Hualapai Mountains
ABSTRACT A new species in the vorhiesi group of Vaejovis C.L. Koch, 1836 (Vaejovidae Thorell, 1876), which appears to be endemic to the Hualapai Mountains near Kingman, Arizona, is described andExpand
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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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