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Results of some collecting expeditions in the Near East. Part 4. Scorpions of Iran


, : Results of some collecting expeditions in the Near East. Part 4. Scorpions of Iran. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 78: 215-217

Of the 2 families of scorpions, the Buthids and the Scorpionids, known to occur in Iran, the former are found throughout the country. Records are given of 8 species of this family caught on expeditions in 1970 and 1972.

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