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Scorpio birulai

Known as: Scorpio maurus birulai, Scorpio maurus subtypicus 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
2017
Review
2017
BackgroundThe presence of species belonging to genus Paramphitrite (Terebellidae) has been recorded in the Temperate Northern… 
2016
2016
Abstract Background The genus Boletina is a species rich group of fungus gnats. Members of the genus are mainly known from… 
2016
2016
From a literary point of view, the Early Middle Ages can be defined as an age of compilation. However, the nature of medieval… 
2016
2016
The Jewish people have been a subject of Christian writing and debate from the very beginning. The Church had to define its… 
2014
2014
Abstract:  Examination of extensive Dermacentor Koch, 1844 holdings stored in several major tick collections allowed us to re… 
2014
2014
Malte Fuhrmann uber: Reinkowski, Maurus; Thum, Gregor (Hrsg.): Helpless Imperialists. Imperial Failure, Fear and Radicalization… 
2013
2013
Unlike in the Ottoman world, the exercise of judicial power in nineteenth century Qajar Iran was not contingent upon formal… 
2013
2013
External morphology of a recently described scorpion species, Calchas birulai Fet et al., 2009 (Iuridae), was investigated in… 
1973
1973
  • A. Saltman
  • Harvard Theological Review
  • 1973
  • Corpus ID: 163126886
The object of this study is to illustrate and to attempt to modify in favour of Rabanus Maurus the judgment of de Ghellinck — “Sa…