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Genus Pseudouroctonus

Pseudouroctonus apacheanus pectine - Pseudouroctonus apacheanus Pseudouroctonus species Pseudouroctonus minimus thompsoni - Pseudouroctonus minimus Texas Cave Scorpion - Pseudouroctonus reddelli - female Texas Cave Scorpion - Pseudouroctonus reddelli - female Texas Cave Scorpion - Pseudouroctonus reddelli - female Texas Cave Scorpion - Pseudouroctonus reddelli - female Scorpion - Pseudouroctonus minimus
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Chelicerata (Chelicerates)
Class Arachnida (Arachnids)
Order Scorpiones (Scorpions)
Family Vaejovidae
Genus Pseudouroctonus
Pronunciation
SOO-doe-you-ROCK-ton-us
Numbers
13 species, 3 subspecies.
Size
Adults range from 15-18 mm (P. andreas) to 55-60 mm (P. reddelli).
Range
Central Texas, to southern Arizona and Coast Ranges and Sierra Nevadas in California, into northern Mexico (Sierra Madre Occidental) and length of Baja California.
Habitat
Usually in more mesic conditions of mountainous regions where they can be found under rocks and other surface objects. Not known to burrow.
Remarks
This genus is currently under revision.