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Uroctonites montereus? - Uroctonites montereus

Uroctonites montereus? - Uroctonites montereus
Santa Barbara County, California, USA
February 12, 2010
Size: ~1"
Found under rock in moist Nassella pulchra dominated grassland

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Uroctonites montereus? - Uroctonites montereus Uroctonites montereus? - Uroctonites montereus

Not 100% sure
Well, I'd like to say this is montereus, there is a slight possibility it is Pseudouroctonus iviei. They are extremely similar but montereus and other Uroctonites have enlarged, spine-like setae on the ventral surfaces of the tarsi.

Moved

Moved
Moved from Scorpions.

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Moved from ID Request.

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