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Wind Scorpions (25) More files... by Dr. Mark W. Moffett
Little known and lightning fast, wind scorpions wield the desert's most powerful jaws. Racing over the sand in the dark like super charged dune buggies, they seem to know no fear. Mark Moffett takes us into the noctural life of these curious creatures - hunting, mating and breeding in America's western deserts.
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750726 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750727 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750728 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750729 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) adult female feeding on a lizard it has killed, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) feeds on a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750739 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) feeds on a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) feeds on a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750740 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) feeds on a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) is killed by a sting from a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750738 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) is killed by a sting from a Sand Scorpion (Paruroctonus sp), Algodones Dunes, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) adult in the desert, Israel  -  Mark Moffett
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00750744 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) adult in the desert, Israel© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremobates constricta) adult found hiding under a rock in the desert, Baja California, Mexico  -  Mark Moffett
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00750746 Wind Scorpion (Eremobates constricta) adult found hiding under a rock in the desert, Baja California, Mexico© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) female on left approaches a male, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750730 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) female on left approaches a male, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at top approaches a female and strokes her with its pedipalps before mating, desert, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750731 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at top approaches a female and strokes her with its pedipalps before mating, desert, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at left lunges at a female tearing her body and damaging her legs before mating, desert, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750732 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at left lunges at a female tearing her body and damaging her legs before mating, desert, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at left grabs and twists female prior to mating, desert, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750733 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) male at left grabs and twists female prior to mating, desert, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremocosta titania) female at right devours the head of her failed suitor, Mojave Desert, California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750734 Wind Scorpion (Eremocosta titania) female at right devours the head of her failed suitor, Mojave Desert, California© Mark Moffett
Solifugid (Branchia sp) female stands guard over her eggs in desert, Arizona  -  Mark Moffett
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00750735 Solifugid (Branchia sp) female stands guard over her eggs in desert, Arizona© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) close-up of a baby, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750736 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) close-up of a baby, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) two adults sharing food, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750737 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) two adults sharing food, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) digging a burrow in the sand, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750742 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) digging a burrow in the sand, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) two males fighting, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750741 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) two males fighting, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) close-up of eyes, southern California  -  Mark Moffett
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00750743 Wind Scorpion (Chanbria sp) close-up of eyes, southern California© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) adult at the edge of Ramon Crater, Arava Rift Valley, Israel  -  Mark Moffett
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00750745 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) adult at the edge of Ramon Crater, Arava Rift Valley, Israel© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) eats a Gecko it has killed while a researcher with a flashlight looks on, Iran  -  Mark Moffett
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00750750 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) eats a Gecko it has killed while a researcher with a flashlight looks on, Iran© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremobates constricta) being caught in a glass vial by researchers in the desert, Baja California, Mexico  -  Mark Moffett
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00750747 Wind Scorpion (Eremobates constricta) being caught in a glass vial by researchers in the desert, Baja California, Mexico© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) captured by photographer Mark Moffett while researcher Warren Savary puts out lanterns to attract more specimens who rush in to feed on the insects the light attracts,...  -  Mark Moffett
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00750748 Wind Scorpion (Eremorhax joshui) captured by photographer Mark Moffett while researcher Warren Savary puts out lanterns to attract more specimens who rush in to feed on the insects the light attracts,...© Mark Moffett
Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) runs on a treadmill under the watchful eye of biologist Kellar Autumn, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon  -  Mark Moffett
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00750749 Wind Scorpion (Galeodidae) runs on a treadmill under the watchful eye of biologist Kellar Autumn, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon© Mark Moffett
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