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Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea)
H. W. C. Couzijn
|Statement||by H.W.C. Couzijn.|
|Series||Zoologische verhandelingen uitgegeven door het Rijksmueum van Natuurlijke Historie te Leiden ;, no. 184|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .L72 no. 184, QL458.72.S3 .L72 no. 184|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. :|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||82184548|
Class Polycystina Ehrenberg, , emend. Riedel, a 1 Order Spumellaria Ehrenberg, 01 Genus Styptosphaera Haeckel, ; 02 Genus Plegmosphaera Haeckel, ; 03 Genus Otosphaera Haeckel, ; 04 Genus Cenosphaera Ehrenberg, ; 05 Genus Cladococcus Mueller, ; 06 Genus Acanthosphaera Ehrenberg, ; 07 Genus Centrocubus Haeckel. R. JAHN & W.-H. KUSBER The concept of the genus Ceratoneis shifted when Kiitzing (), Smith (, ), Rabenhorst (1 , ) and Grunow (1 ), moved Ehrenberg’s species out of Ceratoneis and fragilaroid and eunotioid taxa .
Radiolarian Studies by Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg (–) and Value of his Species as Type Species of Genera The genus Haliomma was ﬁrst described by Ehrenberg () ria previously published were summarized in this book. Ehrenberg had attached only 12 species (Ehrenberg, , ) but Ehrenberg (c) showed the. The genus Heterometrus is revised and a key is presented to all species except H. tristis. Subgenera Chersonesometrus Couzijn, , Gigantometrus Couzijn, , Javanimetrus Couzijn, and Srilankametrus Couzijn, are synonymized with the subgenus Heterometrus Ehrenberg,
Scorpions of Sri Lanka (Scorpiones: Buthidae, Chaerilidae, Scorpionidae) with description of four new species of the genera Charmus Karsch, and Reddyanus Vachon, , stat. by: 1. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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Get this from a library. Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea). [H W C Couzijn]. Heterometrus, whose members are also known by the collective vernacular name giant forest scorpions, is a genus of scorpions belonging to the family is distributed widely across tropical and subtropical southeastern Asia, including Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and China ().
It is notable for containing some of the largest living Class: Arachnida. References . Couzijn, Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea).
Zoologische Verhandelingen (Leiden), vol. p. Early collections. The son of a judge, Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg was born in Delitzsch, near first studied theology at the University of Leipzig, then medicine and natural sciences in Berlin and became a friend of the famous explorer Alexander vonhe completed his doctoral dissertation on fungi, Sylvae mycologicae : Wollaston Medal (), Leeuwenhoek.
Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg, German biologist, microscopist, scientific explorer, and a founder of micropaleontology—the study of fossil microorganisms. Ehrenberg studied at the University of Berlin (M.D., ) and was associated with the.
The taxonomy of buthid scorpions belonging to the genus Leiurus Ehrenberg, is reviewed. Four new species are described from the Arabian Peninsula: L. macroctenus sp. from coastal fog deserts in Oman; L.
haenggii sp. from mountains of the Red Sea coast, Hadramaut and Dhofar, in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Oman; L.
arabicus sp. from the central Najd Plateau Cited by: 5. 2. Couzijn, H. “Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnida)” Zoologische Verhandelingen 3.
Kovarik, F. “Ehrenberg,with Descriptions of Seven New Species (Scorpiones, Scorpionidae)” Euscorpius Publications 4. Occasional Publications in Scorpiology and book reviews are welcome. Derivatio Nominis The name Euscorpius Thorell, refers to the most common genus of scorpions in the Mediterranean region and southern Europe (family Euscorpiidae).
Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scor-pionidae, Arachnidea). Zoologische. Boletín de la Sociedad Entomológica Aragonesa (S.E.A.), nº 47 (): ‒ A NEW SPECIES OF THE GENUS HETEROMETRUS EHRENBERG, (SCORPIONES: SCORPIONIDAE) FROM INDIA WITH NOTES ON ITS NATURAL HISTORY S.
Maqsood Javed1,*, Zeeshan A. Mirza1,2, Farida Tampal1,3 & Wilson R. Lourenço4 1 World Wide Fund. Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea). Zool Verh Leiden. ;– Zool. genus Heteractis species Heteractis crispa Name Synonyms Actinia crispa Hemprich & Ehrenberg, Actinia paumotensis Couthouy, Antheopsis crispa (Ehrenberg, ) Antheopsis kuekenthali Kwietniewski.
A revision of the genus Aglaonema (Araceae) (Smithsonian contributions to botany) Paperback – January 1, by Dan H Nicolson (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Dan H Nicolson. Ehrenberg (Hemprich and Ehrenberg ) modified the original meaning of the genus to include the species that are now part of Heterometrus Ehrenberg in Hemprich and Ehrenberg (Family Scorpionidae Latreille, ), all with five pairs of lateral by: 3.
Used books, antiquarian books, rare books, offered by Hermann L. Strack, Antiquarian Book Dealer Hermann L. Strack, Antiquarian Book Dealer Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea) EA COUZIJN, H.W.C. - Revision of the genus Heterometrus Hemprich & Ehrenberg (Scorpionidae, Arachnidea) EA Foraminifera of the Genus Ehrenbergina and its Species,Proceedings, 70 ()2 plates.
Paperback – January 1, by J. Cuchman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: J. Cuchman. A very large and fast growing species of Zoothamnium Bory de St. Vincent, (Oligohymenophora, Peritrichida), Z.
niveum (Hemprich & Ehrenberg, ) Ehrenberg, has been discovered in mangrove channels of the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Red Sea. This colonial, sessile ciliate is remarkable for its obligatory association with Cited by: Bulletin of Zoological Nometiclature proposed by Hyrtl in (Deiiksclir.
Wien. 8: 86) as a more correct name for Heterotis is an unnecessary new name and falls as a synonym of Heterotis Ehr. in Rüppell. For the genus Sudis Cuvier,non Sudis RafinesqueSwainson in (Natural History of Fishes ) proposed the replacement name.
The genus originally accommodated a number of species (e.g., Simon, ;Pocock, ), some of which were subsequently transferred to other gen. Updated catalogue and taxonomic notes on the Old-World scorpion genus Buthus Leach, (Scorpiones, Buthidae) part of Heterometrus Ehrenberg in Hemprich and Ehr enberg revision.
Material and methods. The Ehrenberg Collection (i.e., preparations, drawings and publications) was accessed at BHUPM (Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz-Institut für Biodiversität- und Evolutionsforschung an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin), where it is deposited and recorded under the following numbers of cases (Kästen) and card folders (Bücher): K.
18 B.K. 19 Cited by: 3. The assignment of the species in question to the genus Euchitonia sensu Ehrenberg is revised. A new genus of Late Cretaceous radiolarian, Quasieuchitonia gen.
nov., with the type species Q. electa sp. nov. is described; in addition, the species Q. Cited by: 1.genus Chlamydomonas Name Synonyms Chlamidomonas erg, Chlamydomonas Agassiz, ProtococcusHomonyms Chlamydomonas Ehrenberg, Chlamydomonas Agassiz, Common names クラミドモナス in Japanese Bibliographic References.Revision of the amblypygid spiders of Cuba and their relationships with the Caribbean and continental American amblypygid fauna.
54 p., 14 figs, paperbound. Bound together with: L.F. de Armas, The Lesser Antillean scorpions of the genus Centruroides (13 p., 11 figs) and a paper on Caribbean tiger beetles (SFC65); ES €