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I assume bark scorpion - Centruroides sculpturatus

I assume bark scorpion - Centruroides sculpturatus
Safford, Graham County, Arizona, USA
April 3, 2017
Size: ~20mm
since I found it on a standing dead cottonwood tree underneath the bark, but after looking at images, I'm not so sure. The size of this scorpion is the body length not including the tail. If this is a bark scorpion, feel free to 'frass' as it seems that there are too many images already. Thanks for any help with an ID.

Right!
You are indeed right!
This is the striped form, previously Centruroides gertschi.

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Moved from Scorpions.

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