Identification Help

smokinyoda

Arachnopeon
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I captured this little fellow while on vacation in CA. It was in the foothills of the Sierra's I believe the county was Placer. After much research I believe it to be a Pseudouroctonus iviei, but I wanted a second opinion. He is very small, around 1" not counting the tail. I beleive he is full grown as I found many of them in the area and they were all around the same size.
 

quiz

Arachnoprince
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I captured this little fellow while on vacation in CA. It was in the foothills of the Sierra's I believe the county was Placer. After much research I believe it to be a Pseudouroctonus iviei, but I wanted a second opinion. He is very small, around 1" not counting the tail. I beleive he is full grown as I found many of them in the area and they were all around the same size.
I dont know what it is bro but it's looking good. Are you able to catch more of this guys?
 

Thaedion

Arachnoangel
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I'm not able to tell, but here is what I found:
From this site HERE it is either "Uroctonus mordax mordax" or as you feel "Pseudouroctonus iviei" as both can be found in Placer county.

Here in this Thread "Prymal" tells how to ID them both.

Hope it Helps :p
 
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