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Old 30-08-2007, 02:26 PM
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Default List Of All Scorpions Covered By The DWA

i got this list from The Scorpion Files - Main Page

It lists all Scorps covered by the DWA (Family Buthid.) if you ever get an unusual scorp offered to you check if its on this list. If i'm missing any feel free to add to the thread. its even got pictures if the links are working to help clarify the dangerous scorps.

This is intended as a quick refference, and i cant guarantee its 100% spot on

A - B

Ananteris cussinii Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Ananteris platnicki Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Androctonus amoreuxi Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Androctonus amoreuxi Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Androctonus australis Photo: Serge Mallet (C)
Androctonus australis Photo: Pascal Riewe (C)
Androctonus australis Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Androctonus australis (Mating) Photo: Robert Lamb (C)
Androctonus australis (pregnant female) Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Androctonus australis (with babies) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Androctonus bicolor 1 Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Androctonus bicolor 2 Photo: Pascal Riewe (C)
Androctonus crassicauda (from Kuwait) Photo: Tom Oates (C)
Androctonus crassicauda (from Israel) 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus crassicauda (from Israel) 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus crassicauda (from Israel) 3 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus crassicauda (from Israel) 4 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus crassicauda Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus 3 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus 4 Photo: Kristian Björnberg (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus (details of cauda (tail) 1) Photo: Kristian Björnberg (C)
Androctonus mauritanicus (details of cauda (tail) 2) Photo: Kristian Björnberg (C)
Apistobuthus pterygocercus 1 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Apistobuthus pterygocercus 2 Photo: G. Stampfl (permission through Dietmar Huber) (C)
Babycurus jacksoni Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Babycurus jacksoni Photo: Payton Morris (C)
Babycurus jacksoni (female with scorplings) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Babycurus sp. Photo: Phil Messenger (C)
Buthacus arenicola 1 Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Buthacus arenicola 2 Photo: Serge Mallet (C)
Buthacus leptochelys nitzani (Israel) 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthacus leptochelys nitzani (Israel) 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthacus leptochelys nitzani (Israel) 3 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthacus yotvatensis Photo: Valerio Vignoli (C)
Butheolus gallagheri Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Butheolus gallagheri Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Buthiscus bicalcaratus Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Buthus atlantis (Morocco) Photo: Photo: Valerio Vignoli (C)
Buthus occitanus 1 (Spain) Photo: Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthus occitanus 2 Photo: Photo: Dr. Wilson Lourenço (C) and The Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins/CEVAP (C)
Buthus occitanus 3 (France) Photo: Photo: Yann Evenou (C)
Buthus occitanus (female with scorplings) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Buthus occitanus (mating couple) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Buthus occitanus israelis 1 (Israel) Photo: Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthus occitanus israelis 2 (Israel) Photo: Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthus occitanus israelis 3 (Israel) Photo: Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthus occitanus mardochei (Morocco) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Buthus sp. (Morocco. Possible B. occitanus mardochei) Photo: Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Buthus occitanus (Morocco) Photo: Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Buthus occitanus (Morocco, showing hiding place under stone) Photo: Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Buthus occitanus tunetatus Photo: Photo: Serge Mallet (C)
Buthus occitanus tunetanus (Tunesia) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)

If one of the mods feels this is worth making sticky it might be a good idea

cheers

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Old 30-08-2007, 02:28 PM
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C - G

Caribetityus elii Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Centruriodes anchorellus 1 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes anchorellus 2 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes anchorellus 3 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes anchorellus 4 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes arctimanus Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes bani Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Centruriodes bicolor Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes elegans Photo: Chad Lee (C)
Centruriodes exilicauda 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Centruriodes exilicauda 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Centruriodes exilimanus (preserved holotype) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes gracilis 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Centruriodes gracilis 2 Photo: Dr. Wolfgang Wüster (C)
Centruriodes gracilis (preserved brown form) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes gracilis (female with scorplings) Photo: Robert Lamb (C)
Centruriodes griseus (male) Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Centruroides griseus (adult female) Photo: Father Alejandro Sánchez Muñoz (C). Homepage with invertebrate photos.
Centruriodes guanensis Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Centruriodes guanensis (Colormorph 1) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes guanensis (Colormorph 2) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes guanensis (live specimen) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruroides hentzi (male and female) Photo: Kari McWest (C)
Centruroides hentzi (Florida) Photo: Guy E. Crauwels (C)
Centruroides hentzi (female with scorplings) Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Centruroides hentzi (female with scorplings) Photo: Guy E. Crauwels (C)
Centruriodes infamatus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Centruriodes koesteri (Costa Rica) Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes koesteri (preserved male and female) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruroides limbatus Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Centruriodes limbatus Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes limpidus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Centruriodes limpidus (female with scorplings) Photo: Rick West (C)
Centruriodes limpidus Photo: Rick West (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus (preserved female) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus (preserved male) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus (preserved male and female) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes margaritatus (females with scorplings) Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Centruroides margaritatus ( juvenile from Colombia) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Centruriodes robertoi 1 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruriodes robertoi 2 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruroides schmidti (Costa Rica) Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Centruriodes schmidti (preserved males (2) and a female) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Centruroides testaceus (Bonaire, Dutch Antilles) 1 Ruurd van der Zee (C)
Centruroides testaceus (Bonaire, Dutch Antilles) 2 Ruurd van der Zee (C)
Centruroides testaceus (Bonaire, Dutch Antilles) 3 Ruurd van der Zee (C)
Centruriodes vittatus (female, colourform from a mesic habitat) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Centruriodes vittatus (female, colourform from a more xeric habitat) Photo: Kari McWest (C)
Centruriodes vittatus (male) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Centruriodes vittatus Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Compsobuthus matthiesseni (male) Photo: Valerio Vignoli (C)
Compsobuthus werneri 1 Photo: Jan ove Rein (C)
Compsobuthus werneri 2 Photo: Jan ove Rein (C)
Compsobuthus werneri 3 (close up showing important crests for id.) Photo: Jan ove Rein (C)
Grosphus flavopiceus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Grosphus grandidieri 1 (tentative ID) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Grosphus grandidieri 2 (tentative ID) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Grosphus limbatus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Grosphus sp. (probably G. limbatus) (female) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Grosphus sp. (probably G. limbatus) (female) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Grosphus madagascariensis Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
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Grosphus flavopiceus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Grosphus grandidieri 1 (tentative ID) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Grosphus grandidieri 2 (tentative ID) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Grosphus limbatus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Grosphus sp. (probably G. limbatus) (female) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Grosphus sp. (probably G. limbatus) (female) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Grosphus madagascariensis Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Hemilychas alexandrinus (males) Photo: Dr. Erich Volschenk (C)
Hottentotta conspersus Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Hottentotta franzwerneri 1 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Hottentotta franzwerneri 2 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Hottentotta franzwerneri 3 Photo: Yann Evenou (C)
Hottentotta franzwerneri gentili Photo: O. Danesch (Permission through Dietmar Huber) (C)
Hottentotta hottentotta Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Hottentotta hottentotta Photo: Patrick Bultel(C)
Hottentotta hottentotta (female with scorplings) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Hottentotta jayakari Photo: Michael Andersen (C)
Hottentotta jayakari jayakari Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Hottentotta jayakari salei 1 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Hottentotta jayakari salei 2 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Hottentotta jayakari salei 3 Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Hottentotta judaicus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Hottentotta judaicus Photo: Tom Larsen (C)
Hottentotta polystictus 1 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Hottentotta polystictus 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Hottentotta saulcyi Photo: Valerio Vignoli (C)
Hottentotta socotrensis Photo: Dr. W. Wranik (C)
Hottentotta sp. from Afghanistan (possible H. alticola) Photo: Robrecht Nollet (C)
Hottentotta sp. from Afghanistan (possible H. alticola) Photo: Robrecht Nollet (C)
Hottentotta sp. from Afghanistan (possible H. alticola) Photo: Steve Verkercke (C)
Hottentotta sp. from Afghanistan (possible H. alticola) Photo: Steve Verkercke (C)
Hottentotta sp. (H. emini or H. polystictus) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Hottentotta sp. (H. polystictus or H. trilenatus) (Kenya) Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Hottentotta sp. (South Africa) Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Hottentotta trilineatus (?) Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Hottentotta trilineatus (in natural habitat) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Hottentotta trilineatus Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Hottentotta trilineatus habitat in Kenya Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Isometroides angusticaudis 1 (Name corrected 09.07.01) Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Isometroides angusticaudis 2 (Name corrected 09.07.01) Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Isometroides sp. (undescribed species) Photo: Erich Volschenk (C)
Isometroides sp. (male of undescribed species) Photo: Erich Volschenk (C)
Isometrus besucheti Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Isometrus maculatus (male) Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Isometrus maculatus (male) Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Isometrus maculatus (female with scorplings) Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Isometrus melanodactylus (female) Photo: Dr. Harry Wilson (C)
Leirus jordanensis (2002: New species from Jordan!) Photo: Professor Wilson Lourenco (C)
Leirus quinquestriatus 1 Photo: Dr. Wolfang Wüster (C)
Leirus quinquestriatus 2 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Leirus quinquestriatus 3 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Leirus quinquestriatus (juvenile) 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Lissothus occidentalis (female from Mauretania) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Lissothus occidentalis (male from Mauretania) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Lychas buchari 1 (Prev. id. H. alexandrinus. Name corrected 21.01.02 Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Lychas buchari 2 (Prev. id. H. alexandrinus. Name corrected 21.01.02 Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Lychas burdoi (South Africa) Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Lychas burdoi Photo: Kevin Cash (C)
Lychas sp. (probably L. lappa) (female) Photo: Peter Wright (C)
Lychas sp. (probably L. lappa) (male) Photo: Peter Wright (C)
Lychas marmoreus 1 Photo: Dr. Harry Wilson (C)
Lychas marmoreus 2 Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Lychas mucronatus (female) Photo: Serge Mallet (C)
Lychas mucronatus (male) Photo: Serge Mallet (C)
Lychas mucronatus Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Lychas mucronatus Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Lychas obsti (female) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Lychas obsti (male) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Lychas sp. Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Lychas variatus 1 Photo: Mark Newton (C)
Lychas variatus 2 Photo: Mark Newton (C)
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Mesobuthus cyprius 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus cyprius 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus cyprius (in nature) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus eupeus (female from Afghanistan) Photo: Tommy Schraven (C)
Mesobuthus eupeus (female from Afghanistan) Photo: Tommy Schraven (C)
Mesobuthus eupeus (female from Afghanistan) Photo: Tommy Schraven (C)
Mesobuthus eupeus philippovitschi Photo: Dietmar Huber(C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus Photo: Pascal Riewe (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus (with babies) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus (in natural depression under stone - Crete) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus (juvenile) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus gibbosus habitat picture from Greece Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Mesobuthus martensii 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus martensii 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus martensii 3 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Mesobuthus martensii 4 Photo: Dr. Geir E. E. Söli (C)
Microtityus rickyi 1 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Microtityus rickyi 2 Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Odontobuthus sp. Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Odontorus dentatus 1 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Odontorus dentatus 2 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Odontorus dentatus 3 (with prey) Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Odontorus dentatus 4 Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Odontorus dentatus (female with scorplings) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Orthochirus bicolor Photo: Dr. W. Wranik (C)
Orthochirus innesi (Morocco) Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Orthochirus innesi (Morocco) Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Orthochirus innesi (preserved specimen) Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Orthochirus scrobiculosus (Israel) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Orthochirus scrobiculosus (Pakistan) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Parabuthus brevimanus Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus brevimanus (scorpion on the bottom) Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Parabuthus capensis (black form) Photo: John Visser (C)
Parabuthus capensis Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Parabuthus granulatus 1 Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus granulatus 2 Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Parabuthus granulatus 3 Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Parabuthus heterurus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Parabuthus heterurus (male & female mating) 1 Photo: Robert Lamb (C)
Parabuthus heterurus (male & female mating) 2 Photo: Robert Lamb (C)
Parabuthus kuanyamarum (scorpion on the top) Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Parabuthus laevifrons Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus laevifrons Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma 2 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma 2 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma 3 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma 4 Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma Photo: Kristian Björnberg (C)
Parabuthus leiosoma (Mating) Photo: Robert Lamb (C)
Parabuthus mossambicensis Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus mossambicensis Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Parabuthus namibensis Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus pallidus 1 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Parabuthus pallidus 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Parabuthus planicauda (female with scorplings) Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Parabuthus schlecteri 1 Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus schlechteri 2 Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Parabuthus schlechteri 3 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Parabuthus stridulus (juvenile) Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Parabuthus stridulus Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Parabuthus transvaalicus 1 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Parabuthus transvaalicus 2 Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Parabuthus transvaalicus 3 (juvenile) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Parabuthus transvaalicus 4 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Parabuthus transvaalicus (female with scorplings) Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Parabuthus villosus Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Parabuthus villosus Photo: Dietmar Huber(C)
Parabuthus villosus (black form) 1 Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Parabuthus villosus (black form) 2 Photo: Ian Engelbrecht (C)
Paraorthochirus kinzelbachi Photo: G. Stampfl (Permission through Dietmar Huber) (C)
Pseudolychas pegleri (South Africa) Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Rhopalurus garridoi (female) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus garridoi (female with scorplings) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus garridoi (male) Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus garridoi 2 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus junceus 1 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus junceus 2 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus junceus 3 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus junceus 4 Photo: Dr. Rolando Teruel (C)
Rhopalurus laticauda Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Rhopalurus laticauda (male) Photo: Rick West (C)
Rhopalurus princeps Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
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Tityus asthenes (Costa Rica) Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Tityus asthenes (male) Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Tityus asthenes (female) Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Tityus bahiensis Photo: Dr. Wolfgang Wüster (C)
Tityus bastosi (male) Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Tityus bastosi Photo: Dietmar Huber(C)
Tityus cambridgei Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Tityus confluens Photo: Dr. Camilo I. Mattoni
Tityus confluens Photo: Dr. Luis E. Acosta (Homepage)(C)
Tityus dedoslargos (Costa Rica) Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Tityus falconensis (juvenile from Venezuela) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Tityus festae Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Tityus forcipula 1 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus forcipula 2 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus forcipula 3 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus fuehrmanni Photo: Edmundo Jose Cataño (C)
Tityus melanostictus Photo: Dr. Graeme Lowe (C)
Tityus melanostictus Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Tityus obtusus (adult or subadult female) Photo: Father Alejandro Sánchez Muñoz (C). Homepage with invertebrate photos.
Tityus ocelote 1 Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Tityus ocelote 2 Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C)
Tityus pachyurus Photo: Dr. Carlos Viquez (C) [Picture corrected 26.05.03]
Tityus paraensis (= T. cambridgei?) Photo: Yann Evenou (C)
Tityus pugilator 1 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus pugilator 2 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus pugilator 3 (Ecuador) Photo: Jan Ove Rein (C)
Tityus serrulatus Photo: Dr. Wolfgang Wüster (C)
Tityus silvestris (French Guyana) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Tityus spA. Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Tityus spB. Rio Momon area, Iquitos, Peru. Photo: Rick C. West (C)
Tityus sp. (Juvenile from Equador) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Tityus sp. (Equador) Photo: Eric Ythier (C)
Tityus stigmurus Photo: Dr. Wolfgang Wüster (C)
Tityus trinitatis 1 Photo: Jeff Dawson (C)
Tityus trinitatis 2 Photo: R. Neckless (permission through Dietmar Huber)(C)
Tityus trivittatus Photo: Dr. Luis E. Acosta (Homepage) (C)
Tityus trivittatus Photo: A. Mignone by courtesy of Dr. Carlos A. Toscano-Gadea (C)
Tityus uruguayensis Photo: M. Lalinde by courtesy of Dr. Carlos A. Toscano-Gadea (C)
Uroplectes carinatus (male and female) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes carinatus Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Uroplectes carinatus (female with scorplings) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes carinatus (female with scorplings) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes carinatus Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes carinatus Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes flavoviridis Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Uroplectes insignus Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Uroplectes lineatus Photo: Norman Larsen, Lorenzo Prendini & South African Museum (C)
Uroplectes lineatus (female with scorplings) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectus olivaceus Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Uroplectes olivaceus (female) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes olivaceus (juvenile) Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes otjimbinguensis Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Uroplectes planimanus Photo: Dave Gaban (C)
Uorplectes triangulifer 1 Photo: Jonathan Leeming (C)
Uorplectes triangulifer 2 Photo: Dietmar Huber (C)
Uorplectes tumidimanus Photo: John Visser (C)
Uroplectes variegatus Photo: John Visser (C)
Uorplectes vittatus Photo: Patrick Bultel (C)
Vachoniolus globimanus (male) Photo: Kevin Cash (C)
Zabius fuscus 1 Photo: Dr. Louis Acosta (C) (Homepage)
</EM>Zabius fuscus 2 Photo: Jay Stotzky (C)
Zabius fuscus (mating) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Zabius fuscus (female with newborn scorplings) Photo: Kwok Chun Hei (C)
Zabius fuscus (in UV-light) Photo: Dr. Camilo I Mattoni (C)
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Wow didn't even no there was that many DWA scorpions. Very very interesting big up
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surely not all of these are life threatening?
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surely not all of these are life threatening?
No but its easier to ban the whole genus than individual if you know what I mean
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suppose so ^^ as most of them do look very similar better safe than sorry
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Also add Hemiscorpius lepturus (Hemioscopiidae).

Source: http://archive.defra.gov.uk/wildlife...animallist.pdf
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