Anatomy papers!

Korni

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Bitte! :D

no problem :)


Do you have dead speciem from nativ American scropions?

Please send me a PM!
 

John Bokma

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You might want to include if your ruler is in cm or in inch (I guess the former ;-) ).

Nice work, thanks.
 

Korni

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Ja, schon :D

Thanks ;)

Maybe I will get the chance to make much more of those papers.
I hope I will get a very big collection ;)
 

skinheaddave

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These are pretty neat. Would it be possible to include some information on the determination of ID and the history of the specimen such as collection locale etc.? Not having that data limits the applications for these images -- even so much as calling into question hobbyist IDs made with them.

Cheers,
Dave
 

JC

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Great stuff! Anything on Hottentotta hottentotta?

This thread has sticky written all over it. ;)
 

Korni

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Hi!

@ Dave:
For some species (those of Afghanistan) I can say the exact locality and I will add it.
The ID of the rare Species was made by Frantisek (those of Afghanistan) or Michael Seiter (Chaerilus celebensis).

I don't want to add more text. I think the picture collection is enough ;)

@ JC:
I will get some more species at 23. april. Maybe Hottentotta hottentotta is one of them *g*
 

skinheaddave

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For some species (those of Afghanistan) I can say the exact locality and I will add it.
That would be brilliant. You say you don't want to add more text, but such details add so much value to the document. This is a brilliant project you've undertaken.

Cheers,
Dave
 

Korni

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:)

partially it is very difficult to find out the country where they come from, because the specimen are CB for many generations, but i will do everything I can ;)
 

Korni

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I have added the exact locality.

And there is something really interessting.
The H. alticola is possibly a new species of Hottentotta. (70% Hottentotta mischi sp. n or 30% Hottentotta alticola minusalta, by Frantisek Kovarik)
 

scorpionmom

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Good work, Leo, and Dave is right, you are undertaking a brilliant project.:D;)

Do you have any Tityus anatomy papers?
 
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