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  1. Scorpion venom can kill dangerous, resistant bacterias in a safe way
  2. A new species of Euscorpiops from China
  3. Two new species of Hottentotta from Iran and Pakistan
  4. Mating in scorpions: Better condition = More successful reproduction?
  5. The scorpion distribution in the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin, Mexico
  6. A new species of Barbaracurus from Somaliland
  7. A review of the genus Grosphus and the creation of a new genus Teruelius
  8. Five new species of Vaejovis from Mexico
  9. Tityus serrulatus - A natural born killer
  10. The origin of the buthid scorpion fauna of the Caribbean islands
  11. Scorpions as environmental indicators
  12. A review of the scorpion fauna of Greece
  13. Scorpion envenomations in South Africa during a 10-year period
  14. Jaguajir rochae is able to perceive differences between small and large prey and make decisions regarding venom usage
  15. A new species of Chaerilus from Vietnam
  16. A new phylogenomic study reassessing the relationships of Vaejovidae and a new high-level classification of Scorpiones
  17. Cytogenetic and molecular approaches reveal cryptic diversity in Alpine scorpions in the genus Euscorpius
  18. Distribution and habitat of Euscorpius carpathicus in Romania
  19. New Orthochirus species from The Middle East
  20. A new genus of burrowing scorpion from the Arabian Peninsula
  21. A new species of Orthochirus from Iran
  22. A new species of Pandinurus from Somaliland
  23. A new species of Chaerilus from Malaysia
  24. A new species of Centruroides from Mexico
  25. Scorpion pectines are probably important in finding the way home
  26. A new species of Microtityus from Southeast Cuba
  27. Refilling your venom glands - step by step
  28. A new species of Gint from Somaliland
  29. Bothriuridae in Asia - No more
  30. Five new species of Brachistosternus from deserts in Chile and Peru
  31. A new species of Auyantepuia from Brazil
  32. A new cave-dwelling Chaerilus species from the Philippines
  33. 2018 Season's Greetings from The Scorpion Files
  34. A review of the East African genus Neobuthus with a description of seven new species
  35. Surprise! Euscorpius naupliensis has been found in Azerbaijan
  36. The distribution of two buthid species in a fragment of Brazilian Atlantic forest
  37. The defense respons of scorpions to repeated attacks from a predator
  38. Species composition and distribution in an arid ecosystem i Algeria
  39. Structure of venom molecules predicts phylogenetic relationships in scorpions
  40. A revision of the Central Asian scorpion genus Anomalobuthus with three new species
  41. Book News: New edition of Scorpions of Southern Africa
  42. A global review of medically important scorpions and scorpionism
  43. A review of the scorpions (and other arachnid groups) from Sudan
  44. Several synonymizations and redescrptions in the family Buthidae
  45. Sexual dimorphism and reproductive behavior in Tityus pusillus from Brazil
  46. Three new species of Chaerilus from Malaysia and Thailand
  47. A review on the epidemiology and distribution of medical important scorpions in North America
  48. Genus Babycurus split into a new genus and two new species from the Arabian Peninsula
  49. A new species in the genus Alloscorpiops from Myanmar (Burma)
  50. A new high altitude species of Scorpiops from China
  51. A new species of Buthus from Algeria
  52. A new species of Microtityus from the British Virgin Islands
  53. Two new species of Hottentotta from Iran
  54. A new species of Gint from Kenya
  55. A surprise from Crete - A second Mesobuthus species discovered
  56. Environmental variation and seasonal changes as determinants of the spatial distribution of scorpion in Neotropical forests
  57. The response to edge effects in two sympatric litter-dwelling scorpions in a Brazilian Atlantic forest
  58. A revision of the cryptic genus Microbuthus and the description of a new species
  59. A revision of three vaejovid genera and three new Thorellius species
  60. Scorpion fear
  61. A desert scorpion can smell its enemies
  62. An interesting study on prey capture behavior in Bothriurus bonariensis
  63. The scorpion fauna of French Guiana and description of four new species
  64. A new Vaejovis from Arizona, USA
  65. A new scorpion book has been published in Dutch
  66. A new species of Vaejovis from Sonora, Mexico
  67. A revision of the genus Butheolus with a new genus and species
  68. Catalog of the Scorpions of the World (1758-1998) is now freely available in full text
  69. A new species of Compsobuthus from Somaliland
  70. A revision of some Italian populations of Euscorpius with five new species
  71. Three new species of Gint from Somaliland and a revision of the genus
  72. Two new, troglobitc species discovered 3000-5000 meters inside a cave system in Vietnam
  73. Environmental factors predicting distribution of Androctonus in Morocco
  74. A review on the scorpionism by the genus Hemiscorpius in Iran
  75. A new species of Leiurus from Algeria
  76. On the phylogenetic placement of the family Bothriuridae and new insight into the complicated high-level scorpion systematics
  77. Two new species in the vaejovid genus Kovarikia from California, USA
  78. First report of a Liocheles/Hormuridae from Sri Lanka
  79. Scorpionism in the Shiraz Province in Iran and Hotentotta jayakari as a medical important species
  80. Two new speciec of Tityus from Haiti and The Dominican Republic
  81. A new species of Hottentotta from Somalia
  82. The Scorpion Files Newsblog 10 Year Anniversary
  83. A revision of the Mesobuthus caucasicus complex with 10 new og restored species from Central Asia
  84. The effect of habitat loss and habitat restoration on scorpions in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
  85. On the distribution of the genus Opisthacanthus and a new species
  86. A new species of Tityus from Ecuador
  87. A comparative cytogenetic study of a three Hadogenes species results in a new species from South Africa
  88. The evolution of dangerous scorpions and their distribution
  89. A review of the scorpion fauna of Egypt
  90. A new Euscorpius from Northwestern Turkey
  91. 2017 Season's Greetings from The scorpion Files
  92. Mymecophily in Birulatus israelensis
  93. A new species of Liocheles from India
  94. Three new species of Teuthraustes from Ecuador
  95. A review of four species of Pandinops from the Horn of Africa
  96. A new species of Pandinurus from Somaliland
  97. A new Centruroides from Southwestern Caribbean
  98. Dangerous arachnids - Fake news or reality?
  99. Burrowing in two scorpion species from Iran
  100. The scorpions of Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti)
  101. A new genus and species of fossil scorpion from Italy
  102. The life history of the parthenogenetic scorpion Lychas tricarinatus and some new data on parthenogenesis in Tityus trivittatus
  103. Geographic distribution of the genus Mesobuthus in Mongolia
  104. Geographic distribution of scorpion envenomations in the USA
  105. Scorpion envenomations in southeastern Ecuador
  106. A new species of Physoctonus from southern Amazonia, Brazil
  107. A new vaejovid genus from USA and Mexico
  108. An update on the medical important scorpions of Mexico
  109. American "superbat" (Antrozous pallidus) is immune against scorpion venom
  110. Increased predator exposure changes scorpion venom cocktail to become a more effective weapon
  111. A new, extinct species of Centruroides found in amber from Mexico
  112. Two new species of Grosphus from Madagascar
  113. A new species of Broteochactas from Brazil
  114. A new species of Ananteris from Brazil
  115. The Scorpion Fauna of Mona Island, Puerto Rico and a few taxonomical changes
  116. Differences in mating behavior between two geographically seperated populations of Bothriurus bonariensis
  117. The holotype of Pandinus imperator has been rediscovered
  118. A new species of Megacormus from Mexico
  119. Weapon of choice should reflect the level of threat
  120. A new species of Hemiscorpius from Iran
  121. The acid in the venom makes a scorpion's sting extra painful
  122. A new substitute name for Butheolus pallidus
  123. A new species of Tityus from north-eastern Argentina
  124. A review of the taxonomy of the large buthid genus Buthus
  125. Scorpionism in Jordan
  126. A new species of Buthacus from Algeria
  127. A new genus and species from Myanmar (Burma)
  128. There and back again: Revalidation of three recently synonymized Cuban species of Heteroctenus
  129. A systematic revision of the neotropical club-tailed scorpions, Physoctonus, Rhopalurus, and Troglorhopalurus has been published
  130. A second record of a relict Akrav israchanani from Israel
  131. On the phylogeny of diplocentrid scorpions
  132. On the phylogeography of the vaejovid scorpion Smeringurus vachoni
  133. Scorpion exposures reported in the USA between 2005 and 2015
  134. On the scorpion fauna of the Texas Panhandle
  135. Microananteroides mariachiarae is a junior synonym of Akentrobuthus atakora
  136. On the taxonomy of some Amazonian scorpions
  137. A new species of Opisthacanthus from Suriname and Brazil
  138. First Record of Centruroides alayoni from Haiti
  139. A new species of Buthacus from Algeria
  140. Two new species of Bothriurus from Northeastern Brazil
  141. A new species of Diplocentrus from Mexico
  142. A new phylogenetic study of the southernmost American buthids
  143. A new species of Buthus from Ghana
  144. A new species of Babycurus from Central African Republic
  145. Scorpion defensive behaviour and its relation to morphology and performance
  146. What is the best treatment for scorpion envenomations?
  147. Ønsker å anskaffe Buthidae skorpion
  148. A new species of Pandinurus from Somaliland
  149. A new genus and species from the Argentinean Precordillera
  150. An update on the scorpion fauna of Kerala, India
  151. A new species of troglomorphic, forest leaf litter-dwelling scorpion from Columbia
  152. Habitat selection in two Vaejovis species from Arizona
  153. A checklist of the scorpion fauna of Vietnam
  154. An update on the genus Tityus in Hispaniola, Greater Antilles
  155. Dangerous scorpions in Mexico and how to identify them
  156. A new species of Grosphus from Madagascar
  157. A new species of Opisthacanthus from South-East Madagascar
  158. The true taxonomic identity of Centruroides tenuis from Hispaniola, Greater Antilles
  159. Centruroides platnicki discovered in Hispaniola, Greater Antilles
  160. New data on the distribution of two buthid species from India
  161. First report of parthenogenesis in the family Vaejovidae.
  162. Heteronebo news from Cuba
  163. A new Hottentotta species from India
  164. New study suggest that the widely distributed Aussi scorpion Urodacus yaschenkoi is a species complex
  165. A scorpion from Guatemala on a visit to England
  166. A major review of the genus Pandinus Sensu Lato and new species from the Horn of Africa
  167. Some biological aspects of the genus Brachistosternus in Chile
  168. A new study on the anatomy of scorpion stinger
  169. Scorpions inhabiting islands or archipelagos
  170. A checklist of the scorpion fauna of Vietnam
  171. A review on scorpions living in high altitudes
  172. On the venom of Superstitionia donensis
  173. Two new species of Razianus from Pakistan
  174. A new species of Pseudouroctonus from Texas, USA
  175. Two new Euscorpius species from Greece and a redescription of Euscorpius tauricus
  176. Scorpionism in the world - A new systematic review
  177. Season's Greetings from The Scorpion files
  178. A new species of Buthacus from Morocco and a review of the species from Northwestern Africa
  179. A new, psammophilic scorpion from Algeria
  180. On the enigmatic troglobitic scorpion Troglorhopalurus translucidus and comments on troglobitic buthids
  181. New data on distribution and biology of the North African Lissothus occidentalis
  182. Two new Euscorpius species from southern Turkey
  183. The scorpion fauna in desert oases in Morocco
  184. A new species of Buthus from The Central African Republic
  185. First record of Androctonus robustus in Iran
  186. An update on the Saharan scorpion fauna in Morocco
  187. Nice name! What does it mean?
  188. A new species of Teuthraustes from Peru
  189. Three new species of Androctonus from Africa and Asia
  190. Three new species of Grosphus from Madagascar
  191. A new species of Centruroides from Guatemala
  192. Scorpions of the Horn of Africa part IX with two new species
  193. A revision of the genus Pandinoides and a critique of the recent taxonomy of Pandinus Sensu Lato
  194. A new species of Bothriurus from Brazil
  195. Dear Authors: Please send me your articles!
  196. Why do some scorpions climb onto scrubs in Spain?
  197. Two new articles on scorpions found in Burmese amber
  198. A new species of Euscorpius from southern Turkey
  199. Sex differences in sting use and venom effect in Centruroides vittatus
  200. Phylogeography and population structure of two Brachistosternus species from Chile
  201. A new Heterometrus species from Thailand
  202. A new species of Butheoloides from Uganda
  203. Two new Pandinops species from the Horn of Africa
  204. A major review of the Parabuthus of the Horn of Africa
  205. A rare case of leucism in scorpions
  206. A new Euscorpius described from Sicily, Italy
  207. Distribution and biogeography of the genus Tityobuthus and a new species from Madgascar
  208. Scorpion of medical importance and their identification
  209. Helt ny innen Skorpioner
  210. A new vaejovid genus from Northern California, USA
  211. A new species of Buthus from Sudan
  212. A new species of Compsobuthus from Eritrea
  213. And another new species of Diplocentrus from Guatemala
  214. A new species of Buthus from Algeria
  215. A new species of Tityus from Brazil
  216. A new species of Centruroides from Mexico
  217. A new species of Diplocentrus from Guatemala
  218. A systematic revision of the North American vaejovid genera Maaykuyak, Syntropis and Vizcaino
  219. Two new species of Neobuthus from Eritrea and Ethiopia
  220. Similarities in scorpion burrows imply similar function
  221. Androctonus aeneas restored as a valid species and a new Androctonus from Ethiopia
  222. First molecular phylogeny of scorpions of the family Buthidae from India
  223. A new Euscorpius species from Western Turkey
  224. Phylogeography and microendemism in Uroctonus in California
  225. Redescription and neotype designation for the Indian scorpion Scorpiops pachmarhicus
  226. The effect of habitat fragmentation on the scorpion assemblage of a Brazilian Atlantic Forest
  227. Ecology and biogeography of the Romanian scorpion Euscorpius carpathicus
  228. A new species of Ananteris from French Guiana
  229. What role had the formation of the Andes mountain range on the speciation in the genus Brachistosternus?
  230. Reproduction and life history in Tityus pusillus
  231. Assasin bug feeding on a Tityus species in Brazil
  232. A new scorpion book has been published
  233. Two new Vaejovis species from Mexico
  234. A few taxonomical corrections in the genus Tityus
  235. New information on the "giant" scorpions of West Africa protected by Cites
  236. A new Scorpio species from southern Algeria
  237. First report of pectine malformations in the genus Euscorpius
  238. A new species of Pseudouroctonus from northern California, USA
  239. A new species of Buthus from East Africa
  240. Yet another new species of Euscorpius from southwestern Turkey
  241. Hjelp til ID?
  242. Parthenogenetic reproduction reported for the buthid Pseudolychas ochraceus
  243. New fossil scorpion discovered from the Petrified Forest of Chemnitz, Germany
  244. A new species of Grosphus from Madagascar
  245. A new genus and species from the Mitaraka Massif in French Guiana
  246. Major review of the scorpions of Sri Lanka with several taxonomcal changes
  247. First documented envenomation from the medical important species Leiurus abdullahbayrami from Turkey
  248. On the distribution of Butheoloides littoralis in Morocco
  249. A new Centruroides species from Mexico
  250. The book "Fauna of India - Scorpions" is now available online