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meaning: "Uinta scorpion"
Named By: M. L. Perry in 1995
Time Period: Lutetian 48.66 Ma
Location: USA, Colorado - Green River Formation, Parachute Creek Member
Size: Preserved length 25.25 millimetres long. Total length estimated to be about 39.25 millimetres
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Almost complete adult preserved on a slab
Classification: | Arthropoda | Arachnida | Scorpiones | Buthidae |
Also known as: | Uintascorpio halandrasi |

Uintascorpio is an extinct genus of scorpion in the family Buthidae and containing the single species Uintascorpio halandrasorum. The species is known only from the Middle Eocene Parachute Member, part of the Green River Formation, in the Piceance Creek Basin, Garfield County, northwestern Colorado, USA.

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