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Yellow Scorpion (Tityus serrulatus) Taken in April 2015, at the Butantan Institute, in São Paulo, Brazil. Known as Escorpião Amarelo, in Portuguese. Arachnidae,Arthropoda,Autumn,Brazil,Geotagged,Scorpion,South America,Tityus,Tityus serrulatus,Yellow,scorpion Click/tap to enlarge Species introCountry intro

Yellow Scorpion (Tityus serrulatus)

Taken in April 2015, at the Butantan Institute, in São Paulo, Brazil. Known as Escorpião Amarelo, in Portuguese.

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''Tityus serrulatus'', the Brazilian yellow scorpion, is a species of scorpion belonging to the family Buthidae. It is native to Brazil and its venom is extremely toxic. It is considered the most dangerous scorpion in Brazil. It is usually parthenogenetic.

Similar species: Scorpions
Species identified by Natalia Cara
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By Natalia Cara

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Uploaded Jul 30, 2016. Captured Jul 29, 2016 11:47 in Tv. E - Butantã, São Paulo - SP, Brazil.