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Smeringurus vachoni immanis (Soleglad 1972)

Paruroctonus immanis Soleglad, 1972a: 73, 75-82, fig. 1, 3, 4, 6, 8-10, 11-13; Soleglad, 1973b: 355.
Vejovis (Paruroctonus) vachoni: Gertsch & Allred, 1965: 9 (part?); Gertsch & Soleglad, 1966: 6, 23-265, fig. 14, 15, 22, 49-51, 64, 66 (part); Williams, 1970b: 277, 281 (part).
Paruroctonus vachoni
: Williams, 1972: 3 (part); Soleglad, 1972a: 72, 75 (part); Soleglad, 1973b: 355 (part); Haradon, 1974: 26; Stahnke, 1974a: 138 (part); Williams, 1976: 2 (part).

Paruroctonus
(
Smeringurus) vachoni immanis: Haradon, 1983: 260-262, 268, fig. 15.
Smeringurus vachoni immanis
: Kovarík, 1998: 146; Sissom, 2000:526.

HOLOTYPE:  Paruroctonus immanis Soleglad Holotype: M (AMNH), Indio Hills, 2 miles NW Thousand Palms, 1.2 miles N intersection of Varner and Rio del Sol Roads, Riverside County, California, USA. Type locality restricted (M. E. Soleglad, pers. comm. 25 June 1981 to R. M. Haradon) from: “two miles west of Thousand Palms.”

Original description: Paruroctonus immanis Soleglad, 1972a: 73, 75-82, fig. 1, 3, 4, 6, 8-10, 11-13.

SUBSEQUENT ACCOUNTS:

DISTRIBUTION:  NORTH AMERICA. USA (California). Populations intermediate between S. vachoni vachoni and S. vachoni immanis are known along the Colorado River on both the California and Arizona sides.

PUBLISHED RECORds:  Paruroctonus immanis Soleglad Paratype: F (AMNH; allotype), same locality as holotype.

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