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Hentz's Striped Scorpion

Centruroides hentzi

Description:

The Hentz's Striped Scorpion observed was mostly pale sandy brown in color except for on it's abdomen. On the dorsal side, it was pale black and segmented and on the ventral side it was a lighter white color. The Hentz Striped Scorpion also has a multitude of orange-brown spots on its backside and six segmented walking legs. The scorpion overall was small yet carried a look that is quite intimidating.

Habitat:

The Hentz's Striped Scorpion can generally be found in fields and woodland edges.


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Hentz Striped Scorpion
Centruroides hentzi Scorpions in Florida


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7 Comments

JenniferRoge
JenniferRoge 6 years ago

Thank you so much of joining!

RickBohler
RickBohler 6 years ago

ha ha ha, I was one of them ;)

JeffreyDuby
JeffreyDuby 6 years ago

No problem a lot of people don't even know there is another scorpion species other than the Florida bark in Florida.

RickBohler
RickBohler 6 years ago

Thanks for the correction Jeffrey :)

RickBohler
RickBohler 6 years ago

Done...thanks for the invite

JenniferRoge
JenniferRoge 6 years ago

Please join this new mission Scorpions of Florida.http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/22371181

Ashish Nimkar
Ashish Nimkar 7 years ago

Wow...fantastic series...

RickBohler
Spotted by
RickBohler

Jacksonville, Florida, USA

Lat: 30.26, Long: -81.52

Spotted on Sep 10, 2011
Submitted on Dec 4, 2011

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