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Scorpions In Arizona

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We Have Scorpions in Arizona: Deal With It!

All about scorpions: what they are, what they look like, how to find them, how to avoid them and what to do if you are stung by a scorpion.

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Naturally Deter Scorpions

Lavender - Scorpion Repellent. Plant some lavender around your property and see no more scorpions. Lavender grows easily in Arizona. Looks nice and works great! Also use some organic lavender oil inside the house. I NEVER see scorpions anymore! Enjoy! #Lavender #Scorpions

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Saguaro National Park West

Saguaro National Park Tucson, AZ. It takes up to 75 years for a Saguaro to grow one side arm. Most grow 40-60 ft high with a 10 foot girth and may live for more than 150 years. Enjoy the beauty and wildlife: road runners, coyote, bats, quail, scorpions and beautiful flowers on the way to the Sonora Desert Museum.

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Thought this was a desert? It's a magic carpet of purple wildflowers (but these Scorpion Weeds come with their own bite)

Mojave Desert - carpeted in wildflowers Field of flowers with butterflies in Greek 'ψυχή' which means soul. This is in the parallel (Purgatory) or heaven.

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Hello! Are You a Good Scorpion or a Bad Scorpion?

There are many types of scorpions in Arizona, but not all are the dangerous bark scorpion. Here are some tips on identifying the scorpion…


Camel Spider | Sun Spider | Wind Scorpion Although, they are fairly quick for an arthropod, the Camel Spider runs at speeds of about 16 km/hr (10 mph) and typically reaches a length of 15 cm (6″)


Scorpion mama & babies. This gives me a special admiration for the females of some species. It also reminds me to never complain about cranky human children ever again, there are things far worse!