Centruroides

Centruroides is a genus of scorpions belonging to the family Buthidae. Several North American species are known by the common vernacular name bark scorpion. Numerous species are extensively found throughout the southern United States, Mexico, Central America, the Antilles and northern South America. Some are known for their interesting patterning ...
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Centruroides

(from the article `scorpion`) ...by molting (ecdysis). Scorpions molt an average of five times (the range is four to nine) before reaching maturity. The number of molts in some ... ...capable of killing people. In the United States there have been few deaths in the past several decades, but it is estimated that hundreds per year ... ...
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Centruroides

A genus of North American scorpions, the commonest species of which are Centruroides gracilis, the margarite scorpion; Centruroides vittatus, the stripe-back scorpion; and Centruroides sculpturatus, the deadly sculptured scorpion. ... See: Scorpionida. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Centruroides

Type: Term Pronunciation: sen′tru-roy′dēz Definitions: 1. A genus of North American scorpions, the commonest species of which are Centruroides gracilis, the margarite scorpion; Centruroides vittatus, the stripe-back scorpion; and Centruroides sculpturatus, the deadly sculptured scorpion.
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