Scorpions in Austin

Scorpions are predators from the arachnid family. All arachnids, including spiders, have four pairs of legs. Unlike spiders, enormous clawlike pedipalps, and a five-segmented tail with a stinger at the end. Being that all scorpion species look similar to each other aside from their size and color, we may think that differences are minimal, but that would not be correct. All families of scorpions are distinctive to one another, including the bizarre-looking family of whip scorpions. All scorpions have the potential to deliver a painful venomous sting, but the majority of the species in the world do not present many hazards to humans.

In most cases, when a healthy adult is stung, medical attention is not required. Molecules in the scorpion’s cuticle absorb wavelengths of ultraviolet light and release it in various wavelengths that can be viewed at night as a blue-green glow. If you’ve seen these creatures around your Austin 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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