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whip scorpion

División en sílabas: whip scor·pi·on

Definición de whip scorpion en inglés:

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An arachnid that resembles a scorpion, with stout pincerlike mouthparts and a long, slender taillike appendage, living in leaf litter and under stones in tropical and semitropical regions.
  • Order Uropygi
Example sentences
  • Young whip scorpions have reddish pedipalps and striped legs; the adults are uniformly brownish.
  • The ‘whip’ that gives the whip scorpions their common name, is sensory in nature, not a defensive organ.
  • Although they have two small eyes, whip scorpions rely on their first pair of legs to help feel their way around.

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