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Capture of an Euscorpio italicus Hbst in Malonne, Namur (Arachnida)


, : Capture of an Euscorpio italicus Hbst in Malonne, Namur (Arachnida). Bulletin and Annales de la Societe Royale Belge d' Entomologie 126(1-3): 20

A scorpion identified as E. italicus was found in work clothing in a factory in Malonne, near Namur, Belgium. The firm in question specialised in importing and installing boilers made in Italy, and it is concluded that the scorpion found its way into a boiler that was stored outside in Ancona, Italy, and then imported to the factory in Belgium where it was again stored outside. The scorpion then made its way inside with the first frosts of autumn.

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