Pandinops colei ( Pocock, 1896 )

Kovařík, František, 2016, Scorpions of the Horn of Africa (Arachnida: Scorpiones). Part VIII. Pandinops Birula, 1913 (Scorpionidae) with description of two new species, Euscorpius 229, pp. 1-20 : 5-6

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Pandinops colei ( Pocock, 1896 )
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Pandinops colei ( Pocock, 1896)  

( Figs. 62, 69)

Scorpio colei Pocock, 1896: 180–181   , figs. 2, 2a in plate XI).

Pandinus colei: Kraepelin, 1899: 120–121   ; Pocock, 1900b: 59– 60.

Pandinus (Pandinops) colei: Birula, 1913: 422   ; Vachon, 1974: 953; Fet, 2000: 469 (complete reference list until 2000); Kovařík, 2003: 149 (? in part); Kovařík, 2009: 51–52, 116, figs. 309–311.

TYPE LOCALITY AND   TYPE REPOSITORY. Somaliland , Goolis Mountains, inland of Berbera   , BMNH.

TYPE MATERIAL EXAMINED. Somaliland, inland of Berbera, leg. E. L. Phillips, 1♀ (holotype, Fig. 62 and figs. 309–311 in Kovařík , 2009: 116)   , BMNH No. 1895.6. 1.48.

DIAGNOSIS. Total length 71–82 mm. Carapace smooth in middle, several granules sparsely along margins, more granulated in anterior part. Internal trichobothria on chela number 7, ventral trichobothria on chela number 10. Pedipalp chela hirsute. Pedipalp chela dorsally densely covered by pointed granules. Chela of female length/ width ratio is 1.68. Pectinal teeth number 11–13 in both sexes. Metasomal segments I–II ventrally smooth, III–V granulated; metasomal segments I–IV without ventral carinae. Spiniform formula of tarsomere II = 3/4: 3/4: 3/4-5: 3/4-5. Tarsomere II with 2 spines on inclined anteroventral surface. Length to width ratio of female metasomal segment V is 2.24.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Scorpiones

Family

Scorpionidae

Genus

Pandinops

Loc

Pandinops colei ( Pocock, 1896 )

Kovařík, František 2016
2016
Loc

Pandinus colei:

POCOCK 1900: 59
KRAEPELIN 1899: 121
1899
Loc

Scorpio colei

POCOCK 1896: 181
1896