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DNA markers confirm presence of Euscorpius avcii Tropea et al., 2012 (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) on Samos Island, Greece
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  • Aristeidis Parmakelis, University of Athens
  • Panayiota Kotsakiozi, University of Athens
  • Gioele Tropea, Società Romana di Scienze Naturali
  • Ersen Aydın Yağmur, Celal Bayar University
  • Iasmi Stathi, University of Crete
  • Victor Fet, Marshall University
  • Michael E. Soleglad
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Abstract
Euscorpius avcii Tropea et al., 2012 has been recently described from Dilek Peninsula in western Anatolia (Turkey, Aydın Province). The population from Samos Island in eastern part of the Aegean Sea is found to match closely the Anatolian E. avcii, making it a new, rare species for the Greek fauna, confirmed by two DNA markers as well as morphology. Samos also shares with western Anatolia two other local recently described scorpion species, Iurus kinzelbachi and Neocalchas gruberi (family Iuridae).
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Aristeidis Parmakelis, Panayiota Kotsakiozi, Gioele Tropea, Ersen Aydın Yağmur, et al.. "DNA markers confirm presence of Euscorpius avcii Tropea et al., 2012 (Scorpiones: Euscorpiidae) on Samos Island, Greece" p. 1 - 6
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