Scorpiops dastychi,

Monod, Lionel, Duperre, Nadine & Harms, Danilo, 2019, An annotated catalogue of the scorpion types (Arachnida, Scorpiones) held in the Zoological Museum Hamburg. Part I: Parvorder Iurida Soleglad & Fet, 2003, Evolutionary Systematics 3 (2), pp. 109-200: 109

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Scorpiops dastychi
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Scorpiops dastychi  Fig. 61View Figure 61

Scorpiops dastychi  Kovařík, 2000: 170-172, 197, fig. 29, 33-34, 45, 50-51, tab. 1-3

Current combination.

Scorpiops dastychi  Kovařík, 1999

Holotype.

( Fig. 61 A–CView Figure 61) ♂ ( ZMH-A0001062), India, [Uttarakhand], Himalaya, Molta [30°28 ’52” N, 79°32 ’23” E], 3000m, 06.05.1956 ( ZMH 11, batch no. 386), Deutsche Indien-Expedition 1955-57, G. A. von Maydell leg. ( ZMH Eing. Nr 1, 1956).

Paratypes.

♀ ( Fig. 61 D–FView Figure 61, ZMH-A0001063), same data as holotype; India, [Uttarakhand], Himalaya, Molta [30°28 ’52” N, 79°32 ’23” E], 3000m, Deutsche Indien Expedition 1955-57, G. A. von Maydell leg. ( ZMH Eing. Nr 1, 1956); 16.05.1956 (batch no. 402-403), Kovařík Paratypes No. 11-16, 6 ♂ ( ZMH-A0002192); 17.05.1956 (batch no. 405), Kovařík Paratypes No. 17-18, 2 ♂ ( ZMH-A0002196); 26.05.1956 (batch no. 416), Kovařík Paratypes No. 19-23, 5 ♂ ( ZMH-A0002198); 11.V.1956 (batch no. 430), Kovařík Paratypes No. 24-25, 2 ♂ ( ZMH-A0002197); 09.05.1956 ( ZMH 20, batch no. 389), Kovařík Paratypes no. 32-35, 1 subadult ♀, 2 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002203); 16.05.1956 ( ZMH 12-13, batch no. 402-403), Kovařík Paratypes no. 38-47, 1 ♂, 4 subadult ♂, 5 subadult ♀ ( ZMH-A0002202); 9.V.1956 ( ZMH 18, batch no. 405), Kovarik Paratypes no. 48-59, 12 ♀ ( ZMH-A0002210); 26.05.1956 ( ZMH 14, batch no. 416), Kovařík Paratypes no. 60-62, 3 subadult ♀ ( ZMH-A0002201); 11.06.1956, ( ZMH 19, batch no. 430), Kovařík Paratypes No. 63-67, 2 subadult ♀, 2 subadult ♂, 1 juvenile ( ZMH-A0002194); 13.06.1956 ( ZMH 17, batch no. 432), Kovařík Paratypes No. 68, 1 ♀ ( ZMH-A0002199);19.06.1956 ( ZMH 11, batch no. 449), Kovařík Paratypes no. 69-72, 1 ♂, 1 ♀, 2 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002193); 6.06.1956 ( ZMH 11, batch no. 386), Kovařík Paratypes no. 74-76, 3 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002195); 09.05.1956 ( ZMH 20, batch no. 388), Kovařík Paratypes no. 77-79, 3 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002209); 16.05.1956 ( ZMH 12-13, batch no. 402-3), Kovařík Paratypes no. 80-83, 1 subadult ♂, 3 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002204); 11.06.1956 ( ZMH 19, batch no. 430), Kovařík Paratypes no. 84-86, 3 juveniles ( ZMH-A0002206); 19.06.1956 ( ZMH 05, batch no.449), Kovařík Paratypes no. 87, 1 juvenile ( ZMH-A0002207); 19-20.06.1956 ( ZMH batch no. 444) Kovařík Paratype no. 88, 1 juvenile ( ZMH-A0002208); ( Kovařík Paratypes no. 26) 1 ♂ ( ZMH-A0002205), India, [Uttarakhand], Himalaya, Timli [30°22 ’19” N, 77°43 ’11” E], Siwalik [ Siwālik Range] [30°17 ’51” N, 77°47 ’41” E], 19.07.1956 ( ZMH 02, batch no. 513), Deutsche Indien-Expedition 1955-557, G. A. von Maydell leg. ( ZMH Eing. Nr 1, 1956); ( Kovařík Paratypes no. 73) 1 subadult ♂ ( ZMH-A0002200), India, [Uttarakhand], Himalaya, Chakrāta [30°42 ’13” N, 77°51 ’49” E], 19.06.1956 ( ZMH 09, batch no. 448), Deutsh Indien Expedition 1955-57, G. A. von Maydell leg. ( ZMH Eing. Nr 1, 1956).

Remarks.

Other paratypes are deposited in the following institutions: BMNH ( Kovařík Paratype 5: 1 male), SMFD ( Kovařík Paratype 6: one male), ZMB ( Kovařík Paratypes 7, 37: one male and one female), ROCC ( Kovařík Paratype 8: one male), MZUF ( Kovařík Paratype 9: one male), NMPC ( Kovařík Paratypes 10, 36: one male and one female), MBCZ ( Kovařík Paratype 30: one female), MCSN ( Kovařík Paratype 31: one female), FKCP ( Kovařík Paratypes 1-4, 27-29: four males, two females).

Remarks on collector.

Gustav Adolf von Maydell led the German India-Expedition 1955-58, which was commissioned by the Zoological Institute and Museum of Hamburg ( Oboussier and v. Maydell 1959, 1960 [see map for detail about collecting localities]; Brandon-Jones 2004 [estimated GPS coordinates of Molta: p. 1578]; Grimm 2011). The botanical, zoological and ethnological material from his expedition was deposited in scientific institutions in Hamburg, but also in Wuppertal, Stuttgart and Bremen.