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Two new Hadruroides Pocock, from Peru (Scorpiones, Vaejovidae)

Oscar F. Francke

Two new Hadruroides Pocock, from Peru (Scorpiones, Vaejovidae)

by Oscar F. Francke

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Published by Museum, Texas Tech University in [Lubbock, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Peru
    • Subjects:
    • Hadruroides -- Peru -- Classification.,
    • Vaejovidae -- Peru -- Classification.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 12-13.

      Other titlesHadruroides Pocock, from Peru.
      StatementOscar F. Francke and Michael E. Soleglad.
      SeriesOccasional papers / The Museum, Texas Tech University,, no. 69 (3 Oct. 1980, Occasional papers (Texas Tech University. Museum) ;, no. 69.
      ContributionsSoleglad, Michael E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL458.72.V4 F73 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p. :
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4243057M
      LC Control Number80624148

      RPB v15n1 Mach - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. REVISTA PERUANA DE BIOLOGÍA is scientific journal, peer review and published for Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Lima, Peru. It has three numbers, in April, August and December. It publishes articles complete, and original in English or Spanish.   The Andean scorpion fauna are relatively better studied than that of the Guiana Highlands. Bothriuridae, Buthidae, and Chactidae are the most diverse families in the Andan range, but less diverse groups such as Diplocentridae, Hormuridae, Iuridae, and Troglotayosicidae are also present (Acosta and Ochoa, , Botero-Trujillo and Flórez, , Botero-Trujillo et al., , Brito and .

      Background. Hadruroides lunatus is the most abundant scorpion species in the Peruvian central coast, where most of the accidents involving humans are registered. In spite of its prevalence, there are only very few studies on H. lunatus envenomation. The aim of the present study was to analyze the cardiorespiratory alterations caused by H. lunatus envenomation in rodents.   Caraboctonidae now consists of 23 species in two two genera Caraboctonus Pocock, and Hadruroides Pocock, Distributed in South America. 3. Two new superfamilies have been created: Caraboctonoidea Kraepelin, (Caraboctonidae and Superstitioniidae) and Hadruroidea Stahnke, (Hadruridae). 4.

      Two new species of Hadogenes (Scorpiones, Ischnuridae) from South Africa, The genus Hadruroides Pocock, (Scorpiones: Iuridae) in Peru: New records and descriptions of six new species. American Museum Novitates 1– Ochoa, J.A., Botero-Trujillo, R.   Toxic effects of Peruvian Hadruroides lunatus scorpion venom on different biochemical and enzymatic parameters in blood serum of Wistar rats and Swiss mice were determined after experimental envenomation. An increase in enzymatic activities of Aspartate Aminotransferase (AST), Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) and levels of serum protein and albumin were observed while a .


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The description of these species raises to 16 the number of described species in the genus, 13 of which occur in Peru.

Three new species of the genus Hadruroides Pocock, from central Peru (Scorpiones: Caraboctonidae). Three new species of the neotropical genus Hadruroides Pocock, are described from different habitats in from Peru book Peru.

adrianae n. comes from a xeric area around San Jose de Los Molinos, lea province, in the Ica region. Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text The genus Hadruroides Pocock, (Scorpiones, Iuridae), in Peru: new records and descriptions of six new. We review the taxonomy of the Hadruroides Pocock, (Iuridae: Caraboctoninae), scorpions of Peru, describe six new species from the north of the country, and report new records of other poorly known species.

The description of these species raises to 16 the number of described species in the genus, 13 of which occur in Peru. Four species inhabit dry forest in northern Peru: H. charcasus. Two new Andean species of the genus Brachistosternus Pocock from southern Peru and northern Chile are described: B.

titicaca sp. from the Titicaca basin (Departamento Puno, Peru), at The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Hadruridae consists of nine species in the two genera Hadrurus Thorell, and Hoffmannihadrurus Fet & Soleglad, Distributed in North America. Caraboctonidae now consists of 23 species in two two genera Caraboctonus Pocock, and Hadruroides Pocock, Distributed in.

We review the taxonomy of the Hadruroides Pocock, (Iuridae: Caraboctoninae), scorpions of Peru, describe six new species from the north of the country, and report new records of other poorly known species.

The description of these species raises to 16 the number of described species in the genus, 13 of which occur in Peru.

Two new Andean species of the genus Brachistosternus Pocock from southern Peru and northern Chile are described: B. titicaca sp. from the Titicaca basin (Departamento Puno, Peru. This communication describes the general biochemical properties and some immunological characteristics of the venom from the Peruvian scorpion Hadruroides lunatus, which is the most medically relevant species in soluble venom of this scorpion is toxic to mice, the LD 50 determined was mg/kg and mg/kg when the venom was injected intracranial or.

We review the taxonomy of the Hadruroides Pocock, (Iuridae: Caraboctoninae), scorpions of Peru, describe six new species from the north of the country, and report new records of other poorly.

Northeast region of Peru, and the Upper Amazon region of Brazil [17]. Genus Hadruroides Pocock, Hadruroides (Hadruroides) charcasus (Karsch, ) tained within two subgenera, Brachistosternus Pocock and Ministernus Francke [33].

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The species of the genus Hadruroides Pocock, in Ecuador mainland are revised. Three new species related to H. maculatus (Thorell, ) are described: H. dorai, H. elenae and H. moreti. The genus Hadruroides is split into two subgenera: the nominal subgenus includes now only one species, H. charcasus (Karsch, ), whereas Lourencoides n.Two new Hadruroides Pocock, from Peru (Scorpiones, Vaejovidae) / View Metadata.

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