Scorpions in Albuquerque

Scorpions belong to the order of Scorpiones and are predatory arachnids. Like all spiders or arachnids, they have eight legs. Scorpions have a pair of crab-like pinchers called pedipalps and a segmented tail. You may believe that all scorpions are the same and only vary in size and color, but that is is not the case. Many families of scorpions are unique, including the strange-looking family of whip scorpions. All scorpions have a venomous sting, but the vast majority of the species do not represent a serious threat to humans.

In most cases, healthy adults do not need any medical treatment after being stung. One characteristic of scorpions is their vibrant blue-green glow that we can see when they are shined by ultraviolet light, such as that produced by a black light, due to the fluorescent chemicals in their cuticle. If you have seen these creatures around your Albuquerque home or property, check out the Bulwark guide on how to get rid of whip scorpions and everything you should know about them.

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