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Centruroides vittatus - female

Centruroides vittatus - Female
Kerrville, Kerr County, Texas, USA
April 4, 2006
Size: ~50 mm
These guys are common in south central Texas (Hill Country). I couldn't find him in the guide, however.

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Centruroides vittatus - female Unknown Scorpion - Centruroides vittatus

Sweet
Man I lov3 scorpions! I went to Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah, South Dakota, and Arizona last summer. In Arizona, I didnt see one, but the year b4 that we saw a scorpion as big as a toy dumptruck! It was HUGE! Nice pic!

Centruroides vittatus
Yes, definitely Centruroides vittatus, and a good example of how beautiful they are in the Texas Hill Country (Austin/San Antonio region).

An educated guess...
Centruroides vittatus (Buthidae), maybe? Or at least some Centruroides sp.

Check out this picture:

from this site http://www.ub.ntnu.no/scorpion-files/c_vittatus.php

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