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Arizona bark scorpion

The Striped bark scorpion and the closely related Baja California bark scorpion are also called bark scorpions.
The Arizona bark scorpion (Centruroides sculpturatus, included in Centruroides exilicauda) is a small light brown scorpion common to the Sonoran Desert in southwest United States and northwestern Mexico. An adult male can reach 8 cm in length (3.14 inches), while a female is slightly smaller, with a maximum length of 7 cm (2.75 inches).

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"Bark scorpion stings cause NO swelling where stung. (This is caused by a less dangerous scorpion.) Bark scorpion stings cause NO discoloring at sting site. (This is caused by a less dangerous scorpion.)"

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