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Species Vaejovis carolinianus - Southern Unstriped Scorpion

Scorpion from mt. g. - Vaejovis carolinianus - female scorpion - Vaejovis carolinianus Georgia Scorpion?? - Vaejovis carolinianus Vaejovis Carolinianus? - Vaejovis carolinianus southern unstriped scorpion - Vaejovis carolinianus Southern Unstriped Scorpions - Vaejovis carolinianus - female maybe a southern striped or unstriped scorpian- my husband caught him for me about 3-4 mos I love him.. jus want to id! - Vaejovis carolinianus Southern unstriped scorpion  - Vaejovis carolinianus
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Scorpiones (Scorpions)
Family Vaejovidae
Genus Vaejovis
Species carolinianus (Southern Unstriped Scorpion)
"The only scorpion native to much of the Appalachian states: Kentucky, West Virginia (S), Virginia (SW), North and South Carolina (W), Georgia (North, not coastal or southern, where Centruroides hentzi is found), Alabama (N), Mississippi (NE), Louisiana (tiny, disjunct, area NE of Baton Rouge near MS border), Tennessee (E 2/3)." - Kari J McWest
"Occasionally enters homes and is often found under rocks and other surface objects. This species is not of medical importance."
"Note: Old Texas records of Vaejovis carolinianus are referable to Pseudouroctonus reddelli."