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southern unstriped scorpion-Vaejovis carolinianus/male or female? - Vaejovis carolinianus

southern unstriped scorpion-Vaejovis carolinianus/male or female? - Vaejovis carolinianus
fentress County, Tennessee, USA
May 29, 2010
Size: 1.25" head to tail

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southern unstriped scorpion-Vaejovis carolinianus/male or female? - Vaejovis carolinianus southern unstriped scorpion-Vaejovis carolinianus/male or female? - Vaejovis carolinianus - female southern unstriped scorpion-Vaejovis carolinianus/male or female? - Vaejovis carolinianus

Female for sure
This specimen (is it the same one as the original?) is definitely a female. Notice how the pectines are spaced apart at the base.
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*** yes same as original (
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yes same as original (if i recollect correctly)

thank you mr. mcwest

lee garret

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