Buthidae


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Buthidae

(bū′thĭ-dē″) [ Buthus, the type genus + -idae]
The family of the class Arachnida that comprises most of the venomous scorpions.
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Life histories of four species of scorpion in three families (Buthidae, Diplocentridae, Vaejovidae) from Arizona and New Mexico.
The genus Rhopalurus (Thorell 1876) belongs to the family Buthidae which, along with Liochelidae, Euscorpiidae, Chactidae, and Bothriuridae, forms the Brazilian scorpiofauna (Soleglad & Fet 2003).
Description of a new species of Leiurus Ehrenberg, 1828 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from Southeastern Turkey, Euscorpius, 2009; 85:1-20.
Evaluation of plasma cytokine levels in Mesobuthus eupeus (Scorpionida: Buthidae) scorpion envenomation in rats treated with polyvalent antivenom.
The Buthidae scorpion family is the largest and most common venomous species found in the Mediterranean and Arabian Peninsula and includes genera ofButhacus, Leiurus, Androctonus, and Vachoniolus.
Yellow scorpion (Leiurus quinquestriatus ), also known as deathstalker is a species of scorpion, a member of the Buthidae family.
Bothriuridae; Chaerilidae; Buthidae I., genera Compsobuthus, Hollentotta, Isometrus, Lychas, and Sassanidotus.
Iranian scorpion faunae consist of more than 44 named species from 23 genera in the 2 families of Buthidae and Scorpionidae.
Tityus paraguayensis (Scorpiones: Buthidae) em copas de Callisthene fasciculata (Vochysiaceae) no Pantanal de Mato Grosso (Brasil).