Scorpion Control Products - Sprays, Dusts, and More

Scorpion Control Products.  Scorpion control sprays, dusts, and do it yourself products.

To reduce or stop scorpions from entering homes pest professionals use chemical concentrates like Fast Cap and treat a 3 foot band around the foundation of the building. Tempo Dust can also be applied to voids or other areas that may harbor scorpions.

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Scorpion General Biology, Reproduction, and Behavior

Color: Yellowish brown to tan
Size: 2-4”
Shape: Segmented, long tail with stinger at end
Wings: No
Legs: 4 and a pair of pinchers
Antennae: No
Region: Southern part of the United States

Scorpions are one of the oldest known groups of arthropods, having remained virtually unchanged in appearance for millions of years. They are easily recognized by their enlarged, pincer like pedipalps and long, thin tail tipped with a stinger. They may be divided into two primary groups: those that burrow and those that rest under bark or stones. Those that burrow usually hold their tails curled up over their body while those that hide under bark and stones hold their tails curled to the side. When crawling fast, however, they often extend the tail straight back and their pedipalps forward. 

Bark Scorpion

Bark scorpions have two broad, dark longitudinal bands on the dorsal side of the abdomen, with yellowish brown appendages and postabdomen (the thin tail). The male is 2.6 inches long and the female reaches a length of 2.3 inches. Probably the most commonly encountered scorpion in the United States, the striped scorpion is known from Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. It is found living under the loose bark of large trees and logs, under logs and stones, woodpiles, and flagstones. It is often found invading homes. Like all scorpions, the mother produces living young that climb onto her back and remain there for five to 15 days. Maturity is attained in three to four years. Individuals living in scorpion infested areas should observe some simple precautions. Objects should be picked up carefully and inspected on the underside. Also, shoes and clothing should be shaken vigorously before wearing. The legs of a crib may be placed in wide mouthed glass jars since scorpions cannot climb clean glass. Beds should be moved away from the walls. Moreover, one should not walk barefoot at night since it is at this time that scorpions become most active. 

Known in Latin as Hadrurus arizonensis, this scorpion (also commonly known as Arizona desert hairy scorpion) is the largest in North America. The one pictured is a juvenile.
Bark Scorpion

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