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SPERMATOPHORES OF SOME NORTH AMERICAN SCORPION S (ARACHNIDA, SCORPIONES )
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It is postulated that the Chaerilidae are more closely related to scorpions with lamellifor m sperMatophores than they are to buthids, and their spermatophores are probably of a lamellIfor m "type" . Expand
IN SCORPIONS (ARACHNIDA), WITH ANALYSIS OF THE POST-BIRTH DEVELOPMENT OF VAEJOVIS COAHUILAE WILLIAMS (VAEJOVIDAE)
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The theoretical method uses a progression factor of 1.26 in linear dimensions at each molt to predict the number of molts required by young scorpions of known instar to reach adult size. Expand
Are There Any Bothriurids (Arachnida, Scorpiones) in Southern Africa?
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As Gondwanaland fragmented due to plate tectonics, each of the southern continents carried with it a sample of the ancestral biota, and bothriurids would be predicted to occur in southern Africa as well. Expand
Scorpions from Mexico: From Species Diversity to Venom Complexity
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The diversity of scorpion species in Mexico is revised and updated based on several new systematic contributions; 281 different species are recorded. Expand
Two DNA barcodes and morphology for multi-method species delimitation in Bonnetina tarantulas (Araneae: Theraphosidae).
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It is concluded that morphological signal for species delimitation in Bonnetina is higher than for other studied tarantulas, but it fails to recognize several lineages in the genus. Expand
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