The life history of Chactas
reticulatus Kraepelin, 1912 (Scorpiones, Chactidae), with a comparative analysis of the reproductive traits of three scorpion lineages in relation to habitat.
Registro del escorpion Chactas
keyserlingi Pocock, 1893 (Scorpiones, Chactidae) en el dosel de un bosque altoandino de Colombia.
As a young, wounded warrior rendered to the Spanish settlers in Florida to be sold into slavery, Chactas
inspired pity in one of them, Lopez, who hired many teachers to instruct the youth in European languages and arts.
Embedded within a narrative of incessant wandering reported to us by an anonymous source, the text depicts Rene in the act of recounting his story to the Natchez chief, Chactas
, and a French missionary, Father Souel.
This species was found in sympatry with Ananteris columbiana Lourenco 1991, Tityus tayrona Lourenco 1991, and an unidentified species of Chactas
The text, the story of the Indian Chactas
and his ill-fated love for the half-breed maiden Atala, is a bizarre narrative of Indian maternity that reveals Chateaubriand's anxieties over the vitality, purity, and virility of the new, post-revolutionary French body.
Moreover, her account is seconded by the comment of Spanish historian Manuel Serrano y Sanz in the first chapter of Espana y los Indios Cherokis y Chactas
en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII.
In Chateaubriand's equally abstemious Atala (1801), because of a vow her mother made that Atala would consecrate herself to God and surrender her virginity only at the peril of her mother's eternal soul, the eponymous heroine, daughter of a Spanish conquistador and a Christianized Indian mother, commits suicide rather than lose her virginity to the man she loves, Chactas
, a young Indian from another tribe brought up and 'civilized', coincidentally, by her estranged father.