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Systematics of Vaejovis dugesi Pocock, with descriptions of 2 new related species (Scorpiones, Vaejovidae)


, : Systematics of Vaejovis dugesi Pocock, with descriptions of 2 new related species (Scorpiones, Vaejovidae). Southwestern Naturalist 35(1): 47-53

Vaejovis dugesi comb. nov., previously recognized as a subspecies of V. mexicanus, is redescribed and elevated to specific status.

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