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Scorpio
   is represented by   
The Scorpion
Northrop F-89J
   military plane has the nickname   
Scorpion
Northrop F89
   military plane has the nickname   
Scorpion
Scorpio
   constellation represents   
The Scorpion
_____ Scorpion
   contains the colour   
Black
African Black Tail Scorpion
   is found in   
Egypt
Parabuthus liosoma
Amazonian Scorpion
   is found in   
Brazil
Tityus cambridgei
Arabian Fat-Tailed Scorpion
   is found in   
Azerbaijan
Androctonus crassicauda
Argentinean Scorpion
   is found in   
Paraguay
Tityus trivittatus
Arizona Bark Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides exilicauda - previously Centruroides sculpturatus. This small scorpion is typically straw-coloured, but can be found in a variety of colour morphs. A typical bark scorpion, it is most often found under rocks, bits of loose tree bark, or crevices in walls. It has potent venom which has resulted in a number of confirmed deaths. It is the most dangerous scorpion in the US. Although C. exilicauda is not difficult to maintain in captivity, it is not a species for beginners.
Australian Rainforest Scorpion
   is found in   
Australia
Liocheles waigiensis
Baja California Bark Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides exilicauda. Baja California
Black Spitting Thicktail Scorpion
   is found in   
South Africa
Parabuthus transvaalicus
Brazilian Scorpion
   is found in   
Paraguay
Tityus bahiensis
Brazilian Scorpion
   is found in   
Brazil
Tityus costatus
Brown Bark Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides gracilis
Cactoid Scorpion
   is found in   
Saudi Arabia
Scorpio maurus palmatus
Cave Clawed Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Pandinus viatoris
Central Asian Scorpion
   is found in   
India
Orthochirus scrobiculosus
Central Brazilian Scorpion
   is found in   
Colombia
Tityus fasciolatus
Chinese Armored Scorpion
   is found in   
China
Mesobuthus martensii
Colombian Scorpion
   is found in   
Costa Rica
Tityus pachyurus
Crimean Scorpion
   is found in   
Ukraine
Euscorpius tauricus
Durango Scorpion
   is found in   
Mexico
Centruroides suffusus
Eastern Indian Scorpion
   is found in   
Philippines
Mesobuthus tamulus
Emperor Scorpion
   is found in   
Liberia
Pandinus imperator
Florida Striped Bark Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides hentzi
Giant Burrowing Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Opistophthalmus capensis
Giant Hairy Scorpion
   is found in   
Canada
Hadrurus arizonensis
Golden Scorpion
   is found in   
South Africa
Opistophthalmus boehmi
Granulated Thick-tailed Scorpion
   is found in   
Zimbabwe
Parabuthus granulatus
Jordan Death Stalker Scorpion
   is found in   
Yemen
Leiurus jordanensis
Malaysian Black Scorpion
   is found in   
Malaysia
Heterometrus spinifer
Mediterranean Checkered Scorpion
   is found in   
Greece
Mesobuthus gibbosus
Mexican Scorpion
   is found in   
Mexico
Centruroides noxius
North African Scorpion
   is found in   
Tunisia
Buthacus arenicola
Peruvian Golden Scorpion
   is found in   
Peru
Hadruroides charcasus
Southern Devil Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Vaejovis carolinianus
Striped Bark Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides vittatus
Tanzanian Red Clawed Scorpion
   is found in   
Somalia
Pandinus cavimanus
Thai Giant Scorpion
   is found in   
Thailand
Heterometrus laoticus
Venezuelan Scorpion
   is found in   
Mexico
Tityus discrepans
Wood Scorpion
   is found in   
Australia
Liocheles australasiae
Desert Hairy Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Hadrurus arizonensis. Usually a dark greenish-tan colour with tanish or bluish limbs, the hairy scorpion reaches lengths up to five inches, making it the largest scorpion in North America. It is found in desert areas in the southwestern United States. The desert hairy scorpion is aggressive and stings readily, but its venom is not considered medically significant.
Striped Scorpion
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Centruroides vittatus. Also known as the common bark scorpion. This species coils the tail to one side, rather than holding it upright over the abdomen. Like all of the bark scorpions, the striped scorpion prefers to take shelter off the ground, in rock crevices & under loose bits of tree bark, & doesn't use a burrow. Often seeks shelter in or near buildings & houses. It is probably the most common scorpion species in the U.S.A. Most authorities consider this species to be harmless, but some consider it to be potentially harmful.
Striped Scorpion
   is found in   
Mexico
Centruroides vittatus. Also known as the common bark scorpion. This species coils the tail to one side, rather than holding it upright over the abdomen. Like all of the bark scorpions, the striped scorpion prefers to take shelter off the ground, in rock crevices & under loose bits of tree bark, & doesn't use a burrow. Often seeks shelter in or near buildings & houses. It is probably the most common scorpion species in the U.S.A. Most authorities consider this species to be harmless, but some consider it to be potentially harmful.
Scott Baker
   won the award for   
Still Life With Scorpion (1985)
Short Fiction
The Black Scorpion (1957)
   starred   
Richard Denning, Mara Corday and Carlos Rivas
Director: Edward Ludwig. Also starred Mario Navarro, Carlos Múzquiz & Pascual García Peña. Plot: Volcanic activity frees giant scorpions from the earth who wreak havoc in the rural countryside and eventually threaten Mexico City.
Scorpion Orchid
   is   

Pokey Nope Roach
   is a humorous name for a   
Scorpion






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