Koch Scorpion

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Scientific name: Centruroides infamatus

The basics:
The Koch Scorpion is native to the southern Mexican states and north to Zacatecas and Durango. Centruroides infamatusis often found under rocks, boards, and in detritus.

Appearance / health:
The Koch Scorpion is yellow to tan with two broad, dark longitudinal stripes on the upper side of the abdomen.

The Koch Scorpion eats other arthropods. Included in its diet are spiders, solfugids, other scorpions, and an array of insect prey.

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