Urodacus hartmeyeri,

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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scientific name

Urodacus hartmeyeri
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Urodacus hartmeyeri  Fig. 65View Figure 65

Urodacus hartmeyeri  Kraepelin, 1908c: 99-101, pl. XII, fig. 7-9

Current combination.

Urodacus hartmeyeri  Kraepelin, 1908.

Lectotype.

( Fig. 65 A–BView Figure 65) ♀ ( ZMH-A0000936), Western Australia, Tamala (station 70) [26°41 ’53” S, 113°42 ’57” E], S of Shark Bay, 07-08.09.1905, Robert Hartmeyer leg., Hamburg’s South-West Australia Expedition 1905.

Paralectotype.

♀ ( ZMH-A0000936), same data as lectotype.

Remarks.

The bigger female is designated lectotype, the other female is paralectotype.

Remarks on collector.

Heinrich Hermann Robert Hartmeyer (1874-1923) was a German zoologist. He was curator at the Zoological Museum of the University of Berlin from 1908 onward ( Jahn 1969). He led a major expedition to South-Western Australia in 1905 with W. Michaelsen (see paragraph on Cercophonius granulosus  Kraepelin, 1908 above for detail).