Hadrurus

Hadrurus

(hă-drū'rŭs),
A genus of scorpions found in the southwestern U.S., characterized by numerous setae on the stinger; the commonest species is Hadrurus arizonensis, the olive hairy scorpion.
See also: Scorpionida.
[G. hadros, thick, stout, + ouro, tail]
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utahensis; however, the regular inflection of the B waveform has also been reported in another scorpion, Hadrurus arizonensis Ewing 1928 (Scorpiones: Iuridae), where it also inhibits the A1 and A2 events (Gaffin 2002).
Esta distribucion geografica discontinua es similar a la del genero de alacranes Hadrurus Thorell 1876 (Scorpiones, Iuridae).
punctipalpi group, and the distribution of the genus Hadrurus Thorell 1876 (family Iuridae Thorell 1876), which has four species mostly in the Baja California Peninsula (one species ranges north across the border into the USA), two species largely in the southwestern USA (one species ranges south across the Mexican border into Sonora), one species in Oaxaca and Puebla, and one species in Guerrero (Sissom & Fet 2000).