Published in the
Annals of the Natal Museum 23 (3), pp. 497-784.
(Available in fulltext.)
I'm happy to be able to present Bruno Lamoral's
impressive work on Namibian scorpion, The Scorpions of Namibia, in
fulltext on The Scorpion Files. This has been possible thanks to Dr. Bruno
Lamoral and the Director of the Natal Museum. I'm very grateful to them
for allowing me to make the book available on the internet. I'm also
grateful to computer wizards Geirr Brækstad and Knut J. Petersen (Computer
Dept., University Library in Trondheim) for help and advices during the
The book is split into several files to avoid too
large file sizes (but one file containing the whole book is also
available). The files are in pdf-format, and you need an Adobe Acrobat
Reader on your computer to be able to download the book. This program can
be downloaded for free (click on button below). Note that it is possible
to enlarge page size in Acrobate Reader, and this makes it possible to see
the details in Lamoral's's figures very clearly!
The digital edition of the
Scorpions of Namibia is available for personal use only, and no
reproduction (printed or digital) of the whole book or part of the book is
permitted. The digital edition of the Scorpions of Namibia is copyrighted
by Jan Ove Rein, Bruno H. Lamoral and Natal Museum in South Africa.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction. Key to taxa.
497 - 541.
Family Buthidae (Buthothus [=
Hottentotta], Karasbergia, Parabuthus)
Pages 541 -
Family Buthidae (Uroplectes).
Pages 618 -
Family Scorpionidae (Hadogenes).
Pages 652 -
Family Scorpionidae (Opisthophthalmus).
668 - 763.
References. Distribution localities, Appendix, Index.
Pages 764 -
NB! Almost 11