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Title: A new synopsis of the scorpion fauna of the Manaus region in Brazilian Amazonia, with special reference to an inundation forest at the Tarumã Mirím river
Authors: Lourenc¸o, Wilson Roberto
Adis, Joachim U.
Souza Araújo, Juliana de
Keywords: Community Ecology
Forest Ecosystem
New Species
South America
Issue Date: 2005
metadata.dc.publisher.journal: Amazoniana
metadata.dc.relation.ispartof: Volume 18, Número 3-4, Pags. 241-249
Abstract: A new species of Buthidae, Tityus lokiae, is described from a blackwater inundation forest at the Tarumã Mirim river near Manaus, Amazonas State, Brazil. This is the second member to join the 'Tityus adisi' group of species. So far, 14 scorpion species are known from the region of Manaus. First ecological aspects are given for all six species occurring in the inundation forest. © MPI für Limnologie, AG Tropenökologie, Plön; INPA, Manaus.
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