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2523
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Although the state has an indigenous scorpion, accidentally transplanted scorpions from Florida and the southwestern United States have been found in the state since 1991, for example, in Wake, Dare, and Nash Counties.
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Brimleyana (NoCar QL 155 B75), Vol. Issue 21, Dec 1994, p45-55, il, bibl Periodical Website
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9205
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Scorpions are among the world's most easily recognized creatures through their renowned stinging apparatus. In this country they are most abundant in the Gulf states and southwest. The only species native to North Carolina is Vejovis carolinianus. It is universally dark brown, as opposed to the Florida species which are striped.
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5724
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North Carolina has a native scorpion, Vaejovis carolinianus, a small, rather innocuous creature. Two other species, one from the Great Plains and the other native to Florida, have been accidentally introduced into the state. Sorenson discusses their possible impact on the environment.
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