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Centruroides vittatus


This little guy was in our back yard and we kept him for a while to study him we couldnt get him to eat anyting so we let hime go today.


can be found indoors or outdoors in an array of habitats. These scorpions are considered "bark scorpions" and are typically nocturnal in their habitats. They hide in damp, cool areas under rocks, boards, fallen logs, dead vegetation, and inside human dwellings. (Drees & Jackman 1998, Ellis 1975)

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Meade, Kansas, USA

Spotted on Aug 25, 2012
Submitted on Aug 25, 2012

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