The body of a scorpion is composed of a prosoma (head) protected by a solid covering of carapace, and a segmented opisthosoma (body) divided into a broader mesosoma and a narrower metasoma, which ends in a stinger.
*Please note this item is preserved for educational display or dissection use. Product is not alive nor is it edible.
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Posted by Tony on Dec 6th 2020
Beautiful scorpions however unfortunately most of them arrived broken and / or missing legs / tail. Not a huge deal but a little disappointing for aesthetic value.
Posted by Javier roldan on May 25th 2020
It was quite small, but it was understandable. The organs are easy to identfy with a microscope, it came in great conditions.