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North American Scorpions

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Couplet 8

check icon Carapace with median and lateral eyes (Fig. 27); two basalmost teeth of fixed finger of chelicera forming a distinct bicusp (Fig. 76); telotarsus with a ventromedian longitudinal row of setal tufts (Fig. 29); all legs bearing prolateral and retrolateral pedal spurs (Fig. 29). . . . . Superstitionia


Carapace completely lacking eyes (Fig. 28); two basalmost teeth of fixed finger of chelicera not forming a distinct bicusp (Fig. 77); telotarsus lacking a ventromedian longitudinal row of setae (Fig. 30); all legs lacking retrolateral pedal spurs (Fig. 30). . . . . . Go to Couplet 9


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