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Serradigitus wupatkiensis (Stahnke 1940)

Vejovis wupatkiensis Stahnke, 1940: 105; Gertsch & Allred, 1965: 8, fig. 11, 20; Williams, 1968b: 317; Williams, 1970a: 1, 5; Williams, 1970b: 282; Soleglad, 1972b: 180; Soleglad, 1973b: 357.
Vaejovis wupatkiensis
: Johnson & Allred, 1972: 168-169, fig. 24; Allred & Gertsch, 1976: 93–96, tab. 7–10; Williams, 1976: 2
Serradigitus wupatkiensis
: Stahnke, 1974a: 132; Williams & Berke, 1986: 351, 352; Williams, 1987c: 363-366, fig. 1; Sissom, 1997: 13; Kovarík, 1998: 146; Sissom, 2000:523-524; Soleglad & Fet, 2003a: 8, 162, fig. 67; Soleglad & Fet, 2005: 2.

HOLOTYPE:  Vejovis wupatkiensis Stahnke Lectotype (designated by Williams, 1987c: 363): F (CAS, Type No. 15173), Wupatki National Monument, Coconino County, Arizona, USA.

Original description: Vejovis wupatkiensis Stahnke, 1940: 105.

SUBSEQUENT ACCOUNTS:

DISTRIBUTION:  NORTH AMERICA. USA (Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah).

PUBLISHED RECORds:  Vejovis wupatkiensis Stahnke Paralectotypes (designated by Williams, 1987): 1M (allolectotype), 6F (CAS, Type No. 15173), same locality as lectotype.

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