- Scorpion on a plane: flight attendants kill arachnid after it stings passenger
- A scorpion stung a woman on the hand just before her flight from Los Angeles to Portland took off. Flight 567 was taxiing on the runway Saturday night when the passenger was stung, Alaska Airlines spokesman Cole Cosgrove said. The plane returned to the ...
- Scorpions Use Strongest Defense When Under Attack: How They Choose Between
- Caption: This photo shows the Black fat–tailed scorpion (Androctonus bicolor), one of the studied species and a thin-pincered scorpion. Credit: Arie van der Meijden.
- Scorpions use strongest defense mechanisms when under attack
- This photo shows one of the studied species, a thin-pincered scorpion, Androctonus bicolor. Credit: Arie van der Meijden. Scorpions tend to use their strongest defense mechanisms, according to new research published November 13 in the open-access ...
- Bugfest's Nick Wadham: What makes something wild and deadly?
- Androctonus australis - no it doesn't come from Australia, which interestingly has about 100 species, none of which are considered deadly, unlike everything else that lives in Australia.
Androctonus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Androctonus books and related discussion.
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