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Scans of Diplocentrus species

Tuesday, April 25, 2006 | 0 comments

Yesterday I collected two scorpions, both belonging to the same Diplocentrus species. First specimen was scanned at 1200 dpi, second specimen was scanned at 600 dpi. Pictures haven't been rescaled, so the pictures of the first specimen have a width of about 8.5mm, and the pictures of the second specimen have a width of about 16.9 mm.

Pectines of first specimen, I counted 12 (r), 13 (l)
Pectines of first specimen, I counted 12 (r), 13 (l)
Stinger of first specimen, notice the subaculear tubercle (SAT)
Stinger of first specimen, notice the subaculear tubercle (SAT)
Leg of first specimen
Leg of first specimen
Pectines of second specimen, I counted 12 (r), 13 (l)
Pectines of second specimen, I counted 12 (r), 13 (l)
Stinger of second specimen, notice the subaculear tubercle (SAT)
Stinger of second specimen, notice the subaculear tubercle (SAT)

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