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Juvenile wood scorpion on hand This is a picture of a Juvenile wood scorpion (Euscorpius Concinnus). Some kids found these under a rock and where playing around with these scorpions.<br />
Although looking impressive, these scorpions hardly use their sting and when they do the effect is only minor (like a musquito bite).<br />
Determination thanks to Jan Ove Rein from &#039;The scorpion files&#039; website. Closeup,Euscorpius Concinnus,France,Geotagged,Scorpion Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Juvenile wood scorpion on hand

This is a picture of a Juvenile wood scorpion (Euscorpius Concinnus). Some kids found these under a rock and where playing around with these scorpions.
Although looking impressive, these scorpions hardly use their sting and when they do the effect is only minor (like a musquito bite).
Determination thanks to Jan Ove Rein from 'The scorpion files' website.

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  1. A midget scorpion, wow, that would be the only one to ever rest on my hand, if I'm honest. I am not a very tough example of a human being:) Posted 8 years ago

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Euscorpius Concinnus is a small wood-scorpion in the Euscorpius genus.

Similar species: Scorpions
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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By Joost Thissen

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Uploaded Aug 31, 2011. Captured Aug 31, 2011 22:39 in Route de Quinson, 04800 Esparron-de-Verdon, France.
  • X250,D560Z,C350Z
  • ISO64
  • 17.4mm