Distribution and population estimates of the Borrego sand scorpion (Paruroctonus borregoensis)

Emma Korntheuer, Pearl Rakowski, Jack Choi & Sarkis Kasparian
Scorpions are important to the desert biome as prolific prey items, predators, and habitat modifiers. Our study set out to fill in the knowledge gap pertaining to the abundance and homing behavior of the Borrego dune scorpion, Paruroctonus borregoensi. A mark and recapture was conducted to determine if Borrego sand scorpions display site fidelity and as well as estimate population density in the Anza Borrego Desert in California. The Borrego sand scorpion displays no evidence...
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