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Scorpions

Scorpions

  • Lives outdoors under loose wood or crumbing stone foundations
  • Attracted by moisture – primarily nocturnal
  • Will follow insects into the home
  • Young carried on back of female

Scorpions are nocturnal and remain hidden in cracks and crevices over 90% of the time. The presence of scorpions is usually a sign of an infestation of other insects, especially crickets, as they are a scorpion’s favorite meal. Scorpions are attracted to landscape irrigation and lighting fixtures where smaller insects are usually present.Scorpions are most commonly found in the southern U.S. Young children, the elderly and those allergic to their venom should seek immediate medical attention if stung.

Scorpions feed on insects. They enter buildings through exterior cracks so be sure to seal up any visible holes. Keep vegetation outside to a minimum. Inside, be sure to shake out clothes and shoes before putting them on. If stung, seek help immediately.

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