This small scorpion is the most dangerous scorpion in North America. It’s venom can be fatal. Especially to small children, elderly, and people with weakened conditions. It is particular harmful to small pets as well. Scorpions are predators of other insects therefore control of insect populations are critical to management of this pest. They typically feed on crickets, beetles, and other small insects. Scorpions give live birth. They carry their babies on the back until they are old enough to fend for themselves. Scorpions are nocturnal. This means they are active and hunt at night. The cuticle of the exoskeleton posses a chemical that glows in UV light. A UV flashlight is a great tool for finding these creatures of the night.
Pest Control for Arizona Bark Scorpion
A venomous sting from a scorpion can produce severe pain with numbness, tingling and vomiting. You may feel an electrical shock sensation. The Arizona Bark Scorpion has slender pedipalps or pinchers. It also has a slender tail and stinger. Best call an EXPERT for identification.