Seen under a rock that we flipped. near a dried stream bed under a copse of bay laurels.
very small, found under rock, half buried. Fond in a Madrone, Bay Laurel, and fir wood land. The light was very filtered around the rock. single.
It was under a rock in a wooded area with Bay Laurel, Madrone, oak, and Douglas Fir. It was alone. I'm guessing that it was young because it was small.
Scorpion located by UV flashlight along Art Smith trail during Night Adventures in the Monument event. Found stationary on a rock. Under visible light it had a gray body with sand-colored appendages.
Scorpions are predatory arthropod animals of the order Scorpiones within the class Arachnida. They have eight legs and are easily recognised by the pair of grasping claws and the narrow, segmented tail, often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a venomous stinger. Scorpions range in size from 9 mm (Typhlochactas mitchelli) to 20 cm (Hadogenes troglodytes).