Key to the Genera

North American Scorpions

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Couplet 7

Dentate margins of pedipalp chela fingers armed with five to seven oblique subrows of primary granules (Fig. 22); spiracles small, round to short-ellipsoid (Fig. 24 and 25). . . . .Go to Couplet 8


Dentate margins of pedipalp chela fingers armed with one to seven continuous subrows of primary granules (Fig. 23); spiracles long-ellipsoid to slitlike (Fig. 26). . . . . Go to Couplet 11


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