Vaejovis coahuilae Williams 1968
HOLOTYPE: M (CAS, Type No. 10170), 0.5 km SW Cuatro Cienegas de Carranza, Coahuila, México.
Baerg, 1929: 427.(Vaejovis mexicanus)
Baerg, 1929: 431 (Vejovis spinigerus):
Williams, 1971c: 60 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Stahnke, 1974a: 135 Vejovis coahuilae
Díaz Najera, 1975: 6, 20 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Muma, 1975b: 257, 262, 268 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Francke, 1977b: 49 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Francke & Sissom, 1984: 3-4 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Bradley & Brody, 1984: 437-440 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Sissom, 1997: 13 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Kovarík, 1998: 146 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Sissom & Jackman, 1998: 151, 154 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Beutelspacher, 2000: 79, 138, 152, map 51 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Sissom, 2000:531 (Vaejovis coahuilae)
Distribution: Sissom, 2000: NORTH AMERICA. México (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango), USA (Arizona, New México, Texas).
Published Records: Paratypes: 19M, 25F (CAS; including 1F allotype, Type No. 10170), same locality as holotype; 48 specimens, Cuatro Cienegas area and Wil Banks Ranch, Pecos County, Texas, USA.
Sissom and Hendrickson 2005:39,40,41 - Key to the Vaejovid Scorpion Species of Northeastern México - Dorsolateral carinae of metasoma (at least on segments I–III) with an enlarged terminal denticle; legs I–III with irregular setation (except in V. globosus, which has setal combs, – but has the enlarged terminal denticle on the metasoma); Trichobothria ib and it situated more distally, at the level of the sixth inner accessory denticle or beyond; Ventral submedian carinae of metasoma developed and usually granular, at least on segments III and IV; Metasoma setose (e.g., metasoma V ventrolateral carinae with 9–12 setae); pedipalp chelae of adult male acarinate or at most feebly carinate; Cutting margin of pedipalp chela fixed finger with 5 subrows of denticles; ventral carinae of metasoma infuscate (sometimes weakly so inV. globosus); Pedipalp chela of male somewhat inflated, with ratio of length/width 2.89–3.28; with distinct scalloping in the chela finger margins (when viewed laterally); telson of female with vesicle length/width ratio of 2.38–2.50; carapace densely fuscous ................................................................................Vaejovis coahuilae