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SCORPION RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET
Here I'm trying to give you a collection
of links to web pages with information about and/or
pictures of scorpions. I will try to keep this links
updated, but "rotten links" are a large
problems on the net today, and I'm therefor grateful for
information about links which are "out of
order". Send error messages to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this main page, I will not try to list as many scorpion pages as possible, but only select
high-quality web pages. A more extensive list of links can be found in the SCORPION LINKS - PART II
(This page is based on links from The Arachnology Homepage - By the courtesy of Herman Vanuytven)
More links will follow in the time to come ....
The Scorpion Emporium
One of the worlds leading online resources on scorpion information. FAQ page and Photo gallery. Made
by Dr. Scott Stockwell.
Scorpions from Europe
Information about scorpions from Europe. Made
by Dr. Benjamin Gantenbein.
Singapore Scorpion Page
A very informative scorpion page. A special section about Asian species. Made by Chua Kian Wee
Arachnodata is the world's one and only Information- and Consulting Agency for scorpions and other arachnid animals. Run by Matt E. Braunwalder.
Kari's Scorpion Pages
Among the content are checklists of US scorpions and a US Check list by states. Made by Kari McWest.
The Spiral Burrow
A very informative page with a lot of stuff. Great pictures. A lot about Australian scorpions. Made by Mark Newton
Scorpions of South Africa
A very informative homepage about South-African scorpions with excellent photos . Made by Jonathan Leeming
South African scorpions
A website with excellent information about and photos of S-African scorpions. Made by The South African Museum
The Scorpion Forum
A lot of information, species files, photos, classified, forum etc. Made by ?
The Scorpion Link Page
A lot of links. Made by David Kennedy
Photo gallery of the world's scorpion researchers. Made by the Euscorpius Journal.
SCORPIOLOGISTS' MEMORIAL GALLERY
Made by the Euscorpius Journal.
The Arachnology Homepage
The internet's leading collection of links to arachnological resources on the net. Originally made by Herman Vanuytven. Now
hosted by The International Society of Arachnology.
Scorpions from the Chihuahuan
Desert Region of Mexico and the United States
Information about scorpions from the Chihuahuan area in US and Mexico. Made by Chad Lee
General information about scorpions and scorpion captive care. Made by Hong Yee, Elske van der Vaart & Jessica SoHyoun.
The Tarantula Burrow's Scorpion Section
Information about scorpions. Made by Martin Overton
Facts about scorpions. Made by Singapore Zoological Gardens Docents
Facts about scorpions and his research projects. Some pictures. Made by Brent Hendrixson
Information about scorpion research. Some pictures. Made by Dr. Dietmar Huber
Scorpions of California
Information about scorpions in California. Made by Warren Savary
Scorpions in Turkey
Information about, and pictures of scorpions in Turkey. Made by Dr. Ayshegul & Dr. Ahmet Karatash
Scorpions in Uruguay
Information about, and pictures of scorpions in Uruguay. In spanish. Made by Dr. Carlos A. Toscano-Gadea.
Scorpions in Costa Rica
Information about, and pictures of scorpions in Costa Rica. Made by Dr. Carlos Viquez.
Scorpions in Nicaragua
List of scorpions reported from Costa Rica. Made by Jean-Michel Maes & Luis de Armas.
Scorpions of the Pilannesberg National Park - an informal study
Made by Jonathan Lemming & Luis de Armas.
Patrick's Scorpion Page
Scorpion information in french by Patrick Bultel. A smaller version of the webpage with german and english translations can be seen HERE.
SCORPION CONTROL/SCORPIONS AS HOUSE PESTS:
Kari's Scorpion Control Page
Scott Stockwell on Scorpion Control
Some advices from Pestcontrol.com
IDENTIFICATION OF SCORPIONS:
Online identification key for the genus Euscorpius.
Online identification key to the genera of North American scorpions.
Online identification key to the scorpions of Europe (incl. Asian part of Turkey).
Online identification key to the scorpions of California.
Online identification key for the genus Heterometrus.
A layman's key to the South African scorpion families and common genera.
Online key to the scorpions of Argentina (in spanish)
All you need to know about the Emperor Scorpion (Pandinus imperator), but also
with general scorpion information. Made by Dave Gaban.
Scientific information about the genus Pandinus (Information about distribution and how to separate
this genus from members of the genus Heterometrus and the members of the family Ischnuridae and much more).
Made by Boris Stiffler.
Differentiating South African Flat-Rock Scorpions
A ID key for some of theHadogenes. (I'm not sure if this ID key is up to date).
Made by Herper.com.
Singapore Scorpion Page - Venom information
Made by Chua Kian Wee.
eMedicine on scorpion evenomations
Edited by Professor Sean P Bush, MD, FACEP.
Clinical Toxinology Resources - Scorpions
Made by Women's & Children's Hospital Adelaide (Australia) & The University of Adelaide (Australia).
Scorpion stings in Kazakhstan and central Asia
Made by Russian Toxicology Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Scorpionism in venezuela.
Made by Instituto de Medicina Tropical, Universidad Central de Venezuela. In spanish.
Scott Stockwell's Photo Gallery
Made by Dr. Scott Stockwell.
Scorpion photos by Carlos Viquez (Scorpions of Costa Rica).
Great scorpion pictures from Costa Rica by the INBIO researcher Carlos Viquez. Also species information.
American Arachnological Society
Homepage of the American Arachnological Society with The Journal of Arachnology (partly available in fulltext).
British Arachnological Society
Homepage of the British Arachnological Society.
American Tarantula Society
Homepage of the American Tarantula Society
British Tarantula Society
Homepage of the British Tarantula Society.
Groupe d'Etude des Arachnides
FOR LINKS TO SUPPLIERS OF SCORPIONS AND OTHER INVERTEBRATES, GO TO THE SCORPION LINK PAGE.
The GEA is the main french society for thoses interested in tarantulas, scorpions and other arachnids. In french (start page available in english).
SCORPION LINKS - PART II