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Scorpiopsingens sp. n. and an updated key to the Scorpiops from China (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae, Scorpiopinae).

Yin S, Zhang Y, Pan Z, Li S, Di Z - Zookeys (2015)

Bottom Line: Scorpiopsingens sp. n. is characterized by yellow-brown color, large size (length of adults above 70.0 mm), small and dense granules on tegument, a pair of small median eyes, 17 external trichobothria (5 eb, 2 esb, 2 em, 4 est, 4 et), and 7 or 8 (usually 7) ventral trichobothria in the pedipalp patella, chela with a length/width ratio average of 2.2 in males and females, pedipalp chela fingers on adult females and males scalloped, pectinal teeth count 6-8, pectinal fulcra absent.With the description of this new species, the number of known species of Scorpiops from China is raised to 12.An updated identification key to Scorpiops from China is presented.

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Affiliation: College of pharmacy, South Central University for Nationalities, Wuhan 430074, P.R. China.

ABSTRACT
A new species, Scorpiopsingens sp. n., from Xizang, is described and illustrated. Scorpiopsingens sp. n. is characterized by yellow-brown color, large size (length of adults above 70.0 mm), small and dense granules on tegument, a pair of small median eyes, 17 external trichobothria (5 eb, 2 esb, 2 em, 4 est, 4 et), and 7 or 8 (usually 7) ventral trichobothria in the pedipalp patella, chela with a length/width ratio average of 2.2 in males and females, pedipalp chela fingers on adult females and males scalloped, pectinal teeth count 6-8, pectinal fulcra absent. With the description of this new species, the number of known species of Scorpiops from China is raised to 12. An updated identification key to Scorpiops from China is presented.

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Scorpiopsingens sp. n. Male holotype: 9–11, 15–16. 9–11 Chela (right) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 15–16 Patella (right) ventral and external aspects. Female paratype (Ar.-USTC-XZLS1402): 12–14, 17–18. 12–14 Chela (left) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 17–18 Patella (left) ventral and external aspects. The red dots and rings denote trichobothrial patterns of pedipalps, the red ring meaning vestigial.
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Figure 3: Scorpiopsingens sp. n. Male holotype: 9–11, 15–16. 9–11 Chela (right) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 15–16 Patella (right) ventral and external aspects. Female paratype (Ar.-USTC-XZLS1402): 12–14, 17–18. 12–14 Chela (left) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 17–18 Patella (left) ventral and external aspects. The red dots and rings denote trichobothrial patterns of pedipalps, the red ring meaning vestigial.

Mentions: Figs 1–4, 5–8, 9–18


Scorpiopsingens sp. n. and an updated key to the Scorpiops from China (Scorpiones, Euscorpiidae, Scorpiopinae).

Yin S, Zhang Y, Pan Z, Li S, Di Z - Zookeys (2015)

Scorpiopsingens sp. n. Male holotype: 9–11, 15–16. 9–11 Chela (right) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 15–16 Patella (right) ventral and external aspects. Female paratype (Ar.-USTC-XZLS1402): 12–14, 17–18. 12–14 Chela (left) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 17–18 Patella (left) ventral and external aspects. The red dots and rings denote trichobothrial patterns of pedipalps, the red ring meaning vestigial.
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Figure 3: Scorpiopsingens sp. n. Male holotype: 9–11, 15–16. 9–11 Chela (right) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 15–16 Patella (right) ventral and external aspects. Female paratype (Ar.-USTC-XZLS1402): 12–14, 17–18. 12–14 Chela (left) dorsal and external, ventral and internal, and external aspects. 17–18 Patella (left) ventral and external aspects. The red dots and rings denote trichobothrial patterns of pedipalps, the red ring meaning vestigial.
Mentions: Figs 1–4, 5–8, 9–18

Bottom Line: Scorpiopsingens sp. n. is characterized by yellow-brown color, large size (length of adults above 70.0 mm), small and dense granules on tegument, a pair of small median eyes, 17 external trichobothria (5 eb, 2 esb, 2 em, 4 est, 4 et), and 7 or 8 (usually 7) ventral trichobothria in the pedipalp patella, chela with a length/width ratio average of 2.2 in males and females, pedipalp chela fingers on adult females and males scalloped, pectinal teeth count 6-8, pectinal fulcra absent.With the description of this new species, the number of known species of Scorpiops from China is raised to 12.An updated identification key to Scorpiops from China is presented.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: College of pharmacy, South Central University for Nationalities, Wuhan 430074, P.R. China.

ABSTRACT
A new species, Scorpiopsingens sp. n., from Xizang, is described and illustrated. Scorpiopsingens sp. n. is characterized by yellow-brown color, large size (length of adults above 70.0 mm), small and dense granules on tegument, a pair of small median eyes, 17 external trichobothria (5 eb, 2 esb, 2 em, 4 est, 4 et), and 7 or 8 (usually 7) ventral trichobothria in the pedipalp patella, chela with a length/width ratio average of 2.2 in males and females, pedipalp chela fingers on adult females and males scalloped, pectinal teeth count 6-8, pectinal fulcra absent. With the description of this new species, the number of known species of Scorpiops from China is raised to 12. An updated identification key to Scorpiops from China is presented.

No MeSH data available.