Vaejovis mauryi Capes 2001
HOLOTYPE: Vaejovis mauryi Capes Holotype: M (CAS), 28°55'N: 109°45W, Sonora, México.
distribution: NORTH AMERICA. México (Sonora).
Published Records: Vaejovis mauryi Capes Paratypes: F, subadult F (CAS) from same locality as holotype..
notes: Sissom and Hendrickson 2005:39,40 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 at base of chela fixed finger; Pectinal tooth counts greater than 14 in males, greater than 11 in females; pedipalp chela with ventral face rounded, with or without ventromedian carina; chela movable finger length/ chela palm width ratio greater than 1.8; adults variable in size and color; Cheliceral fixed finger with a carina bearing denticles along the ventral margin; Pectinal tooth counts greater than 25 in both sexes; cheliceral movable finger with ventral margin smooth; adults yellowish with reddish chela fingers Vaejovis minckleyi