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The scorpion Apistobuthus pterygocercus is noted for the conspicuous circular secondary segment on its tail. This feature, which is thought…
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Buthacus yotvatensis is a highly poisonous yellow-green scorpion, found in deserts and other arid, sandy areas. Like other members of the…
One of the world’s largest scorpions, thought to reach up to 17 to 20 centimetres in length, Pandinus dictator and other species in the…
The largest of scorpions, but not the longest, the emperor scorpion (Pandinus imperator) has a dark body ranging from dark blue/green…
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