Our scorpion venoms are collected ethically, with minimal effect to the specimen.
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Currently in stock:
classically described as a non-dangerous scorpion species. In the desert regions of northeastern Mali, it appears to be dangerous.
$ 2100 per 100mg
a very dangerous scorpion species, described for the first time in Mali (Gao district). This species requires a minimal hygrometry, and its presence is very likely along the river Niger towards other countries (Niger).
$ 1600 per 100mg
Androctonus bicolor “black fattail scorpion”
$ 1900 per 100mg
Buthus occitanus, the common yellow scorpion, is a species of scorpion in the Buthidae family. It occurs in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
$ 2100 per 100mg
The Striped bark scorpion and the closely related Baja California bark scorpion are also called bark scorpions.
The Arizona bark scorpion (Centruroides sculpturatus, included in Centruroides exilicauda) is a small light brown scorpion common to the Sonoran Desert in southwest United States and northwestern Mexico. An adult male can reach 8 cm in length (3.14 inches), while a female is slightly smaller, with a maximum length of 7 cm (2.75 inches).
$ 2500 per 100mg
The deathstalker (Leiurus quinquestriatus) is a species of scorpion, a member of the Buthidae family. It is also known as the Palestine yellow scorpion
$ 1800 per 100mg
The Arabian fat-tailed scorpion (Androctonus crassicauda) is a species of dangerous scorpion usually found in North Africa and the Middle East.
$ 2200 per 100mg
The scorpion Mesobuthus vesiculatus is a species of scorpion in the Buthidae family. It is primarily located in Iran, ranging from the Caucaso-Iranian Highlands to Anatolian-Iranian Desert (90% of Iran). The males and females are of a modest in size, reaching lengths of 60 mm or approximately 2.4 inches. M. vesiculatus is known to have a yellowish to brownish yellow coloration with brownish segments located at or near tergite, sclerotized plate formed near dorsal portion of an arthropod, and dark reticulations on the basal half. Males in general have more pectines, comb-like teeth, 26-29 than females 20-22.
The robust burrowing scorpion (Opistophthalmus carinatus) is a widespread species of scorpion in the drier regions of southern Africa. It is a burrowing scorpion, which often places its burrow beside a large rock. Compared to others of its genus, it has a particularly sturdy body with large pinchers.
Parabuthus transvaalicus (known as the Transvaalicus thick-tailed scorpion,South African thick tail) is a species of venomous scorpion from semi-arid parts of southern Africa.
Scorpio maurus palmatus
Scorpio maurus is a species of North African and Middle Eastern scorpion, also known as the large-clawed scorpion or Israeli gold scorpion.
This is a small/medium-sized scorpion 3 inches (76 mm) from the family Scorpionidae. It has brown back and golden claws. There are many sub-species of this scorpion, 19 of which were described by Fet et al.
$ 1650 per 100mg
More Genera and species coming soon!
NOTE: Due to high demand, orders are filled on a first come, first filled basis.
Due to this demand, a 30% deposit will be required when placing an order for scorpion venoms at 500mg or up.