On our way back out of the hollow, I looked under some stones to the side of the dirt track, not actually expecting to find a scorpion. On the other hand, we often encounter more scorpions at the end of the day, so I hadn't lost all hope. And then I was rewarded. When I carefully turned a stone upside down I spotted a beautiful male scorpion, as far as I could see an adult, and clearly beloning to the genus Centruroides. So I grabbed my camera and started to take photos.
Read the rest of Centruroides orizaba at last.
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