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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Evidence of mate trailing in the giant hairy desert scorpion, Hadrurus arizonensis (Scorpionida, Iuridae).
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D., 2007 Tronscriptome analysis of venom gland of the Mexican scorpion Hadrurus gertschi (Arachnida: Scorpions).
berghei Hadrurus aztecus Hadrurin Gram + Gram - HgeScplp1 B.
48 F COMPARISON OF DIGESTIVE ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN THE ENDOTHERMIC MAKO SHARK AND THE ECTOTHERMIC BLUE SHARK Ali Forghani, Ramtin Khanipour, and Kathryn Dickson; California State University of Fullerton, Department of Biological Science; Fullerton, CA 92831 49 VENOM YIELD AND CHARACTERISTICS IN THE DESERT HAIRY SCORPION (HADRURUS ARIZONENSIS) G.A.
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).