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Catalog of the scorpions of the world (1758-1998).

  title={Catalog of the scorpions of the world (1758-1998).},
  author={Victor Fet and W. David Sissom and Graeme Lowe and Matt E. Braunwalder},
Resilient arthropods : Buthus scorpions as a model to understand the role of past and future climatic changes on Iberian Biodiversity
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Mass Fingerprinting of the Venom and Transcriptome of Venom Gland of Scorpion Centruroides tecomanus
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A checklist of the scorpions of Ecuador (Arachnida: Scorpiones), with notes on the distribution and medical significance of some species
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A remarkable new cave scorpion of the family Pseudochactidae Gromov (Chelicerata, Scorpiones) from Vietnam
Abstract A new genus and species of scorpion belonging to the family Pseudochactidaeare described based on four specimens collected in the Tien Son cave at the Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park,
Alacranes (Arachnida: Scorpiones) de Frontera Corozal, en la selva lacandona,Chiapas, México, con la descripción de una nueva especie de Diplocentrus(Diplocentridae)
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An updated list of the Venezuelan scorpiofauna is presented: for each species there is detailed information on type material and geographi- cal distribution, with taxonomical comments and a selection of bibliographical references.