Vaejovis waueri Gertsch & Soleglad 1972
HOLOTYPE: F (AMNH), The Basin, Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas, USA.
Distribution: NORTH AMERICA. México (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Durango, Nuevo León), USA (Texas).
Notes: The records of this species from Sonora (Gertsch & Soleglad, 1972: 605; Sissom, 1991a: 215; Beutelspacher, 2000) are referable to V. pequeno Hendrixson. The listing for Coahuila is based on a female specimen from Saltillo in the AMNH. Those for Durango are based on material from Tlahualito in the W. J. Baerg collection at the University of Arkansas (Baerg, 1929: 427).
Sissom and Hendrickson 2005 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; Trichobothriaib and it situated at or near the sixth inner accessory denticle; dentate margins of chela fingers not serrated in lateral view; Ventral submedian carinae of metasoma I–IV obsolete; Pedipalp chelae and fifth metasomal segment distinctly darkened; pectinal tooth counts 12–15 in males (mode = 14), 11–15 (mode = 12) in females; smaller species, adult males under 21 mm and females under 25 mm in length .............Vaejovis waueri