New scorpion species discovered in Ariz. mountains

02/20/2013 | Our Amazing Planet

Researchers have discovered a new species of scorpions in the Santa Catalina Mountains just outside Tucson, Ariz. The Vaejovis brysoni is an inch-long small, brown creature, according to details of its discovery published in the journal ZooKeys. It is the ninth newly discovered species of mountain scorpion in the past six years in Arizona.

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