Michael E. Soleglad

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1 Department of Biological Sciences, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia 25755-2510, USA. E-mail: fet@marshall.edu 2 Institute of Cell, Animal and Population Biology, Ashworth Laboratories, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH9 3JT, Scotland. E-mail: B.Gantenbein@ed.ac.uk 3 P.O. Box 250, Borrego Springs, California 92004, USA. E-mail:(More)
Multiple populations of Hadrurus pinteri from Baja California Sur, Mexico have been examined. It is demonstrated that the southern populations of this species have a larger number of accessory trichobothria (neobothriotaxy) than the northern populations, numbers exceeding the maximum currently recorded for the genus. Examination of carapace and chela(More)
A new scorpion species is described from the Spring Mountain Range near Las Vegas, Nevada. The new species appears to be geographically isolated from other closely related species of Uroctonites Williams & Savaryand Pseudouroctonus Stahnke. We tentatively place the new species in Pseudouroctonus and provide detailed descriptions and illustrations of type(More)
Euscorpius is the first research publication completely devoted to scorpions (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Euscorpius takes advantage of the rapidly evolving medium of quick online publication, at the same time maintaining high research standards for the burgeoning field of scorpion science (scorpiology). Euscorpius is an expedient and viable medium for the(More)
Parabroteas montezuma Penther, 1913 is redescribed and its lectotype and paralectotypes are designated. This species is confirmed as a synonym of Vaejovis mexicanus C. L. Koch, 1836 (Scorpiones: Vaejovidae), the type species of genus Vaejovis C. L. Koch, 1836. The genus Parabroteas Penther, 1913 is a junior homonym for which the replacement name Pentheria(More)
Euscorpius is the first research publication completely devoted to scorpions (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Euscorpius takes advantage of the rapidly evolving medium of quick online publication, at the same time maintaining high research standards for the burgeoning field of scorpion science (scorpiology). Euscorpius is an expedient and viable medium for the(More)
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