Cercophonius sulcatus,

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

Cercophonius sulcatus
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Cercophonius sulcatus  Fig. 12View Figure 12

Cercophonius sulcatus  Kraepelin, 1908c: 102-103

Current combination.

Cercophonius sulcatus  Kraepelin, 1908

Lectotype.

( Fig. 12 A–BView Figure 12) ♀ ( ZMH-A0000930), [Western Australia], Torbay (station 162) [35°01 ’24” S, 117°39 ’38” E], 19.08.1905, Wilhelm Michaelsen leg., Hamburg’s South-West Australia Expedition 1905, ded. 06.1908.

Paralectotypes.

( Fig. 12 C–DView Figure 12) subadult ♂ ( ZMH-A0000930), same data as lectotype; ♀ ( ZMH-A0001061), [Western Australia], Lunenberg (station 138) [33°20 ’06” S, 116°02 ’08” E], 22.09.1905, Wilhelm Michaelsen leg., Hamburg’s South-West Australia Expedition 1905, ded. 06.1908; juvenile ( ZMH-A0002237), [Western Australia], South Albany (station 167) [35°01 ’36” S, 117°53 ’01” E], 06.1905, Wilhelm Michaelsen leg., Hamburg’s South-West Australia Expedition 1905, ded. 06.1908.

Remarks.

Kraepelin (1908c) and Acosta (1990) listed 7 specimens as type material. Acosta (1990: 18) designated the female from Torbay as lectotype and the remaining specimens as paralectotypes. Three specimens from the original series are lodged in the collections of the Berlin Museum ( ZMB): 1 juvenile ( ZMB/Arach-15397), Collie (station 137); 2 juveniles ( ZMB/Arach-15398), Boyanup (station 146). Lunenburg was an old settlement near the current town of Dwellingup in southwestern Australia.

Remarks on collector.

See paragraph on Cercophonius granulosus  Kraepelin, 1908 above.