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This post is the sixth in an ongoing series on arachnids. Previously, this series addressed whipspiders, hooded tickspiders, pseudoscorpions, harvestmen and ...

A Bombardier Beetle spraying a chemical mixture which is 100 degrees celcius!

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Giant Vinegaroon

Giant vinegaroon Mastigoproctus giganteus

They carry their young around like ...

Mastigoproctus giganteus- The Giant Texas Vinegaroon. This is one of my favourite pets. Extremely docile, they can spray a mist of acetic acid at enemies ...

Vinegaroon aka whip scorpion

Vinegaroon! It shoots acid from its tail! 'Nuff said!

Mastigoproctus giganteus female with eggs

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Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantaus, Texas Whip Scorpion, emits an formic acid from glands at

I suppose that I should address the fact that calling the Vinegaroon a "Long-tailed Whip-scorpion" implies that there is a "Short-tailed Whip-Scorpion".

... Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantaus, Texas Whip Scorpion, emits an formic acid from glands at

Vinnie the vinegaroon is found in the American Southwest. Photograph by Susan E. Swanberg

Tailless whipscorpion

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Giant Vinegaroon

Specimen

Giant Vinegaroon feeding

Vinegaroon

Whip scorpion in Florida

Also, when I lifted the lid to take the pic, he demonstrated his still intact ability to spray acetic acid. Whew!

Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantea. Photo by Cullen Hanks.

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Vinegaroon "after I beat the shit out of it with a flyswatter"

Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantaus, Texas Whip Scorpion, emits an formic acid from glands at

gentlemen, I've been searching for stats on a Dire Vinegaroon on the SRD, but cannot find one. What do you guys thing would be a good stat array for these ...

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"Vinegaroon", Mastigoproctus giganteus (Lucas) (Uropygi: Thelyphonida). Photo. “

Vinegaroon!

Dorsal view and anatomical features of the giant whip scorpion or 'vingaroon,' Mastigoproctus

Despite being so fearsome looking, this vinegaroon (an arachnid) is harmless to humans. Though if aggravated, it may spray some acetic acid (i.e., ...

Giant Vinegaroon (Mastigoproctus giganteus), 1i. After this first instar, vinegaroons loos their bright colorful appearance.

specimen of vinegaroon

(Vinegaroon Acid)

Vinegaroon murders a cockroach

Mating vinegaroons (Thelaphonidae)

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Vinegaroon specimens.

Giant vinegaroon Mastigoproctus giganteus

Giant Whip Scorpion Mastigoproctus giganteus

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Vinegaroon. They can spray acid out of the joints of their knees if grabbed quickly

Indian vinegaroon handling

Oh and it sprays acid.

Vinegaroon.

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Tailless whip scorpion, aka Amplypygid

... talk about my pet vinegaroon, Stanley. He's doing quite well, eating plenty of grasshoppers and plumping up. While I was in Arizona this august, ...

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Adult vinegaroon (Uropygi) with prey

My son, holding a giant vinegaroon--and a reminder that we love all arachnids.

A nice looking vinegaroon. Image source: http://www.animalbehaviorcourse.

The mouthparts ...

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Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantaus, Texas Whip Scorpion, emits an formic acid from glands at

Vinegaroon

Giant Vinegaroon

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Tri tailed vinegaroon by Nevert013 ...

The Giant North American Vinegaroon? It's Actually Seven Different Species

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Vinegaroon benefits

Despite its insect like appearance, the vinegaroon is a member of the arachnid family, making it a closer relative of the spider and scorpion than of a ...

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Mating vinegaroons (Thelaphonidae)

Vinegaroon, Mastigoproctus gigantaus, Texas Whip Scorpion, emits an formic acid from glands at

The giant whip scorpion or 'vingaroon,' Mastigoproctus giganteus giganteus (Lucas).

Oddities of Chaotic Mutation - The Giant Chaotic Vinegaroon Runequestified!

Vinegaroon Whip Scorpion invertebrate insect macro photo : Stock Photo

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Unlike spiders they have no venom glands and also unlike scorpions they lack a stinger. Their only form of defense is a special chemical they can spray from ...

Whip Scorpion by melvynyeo ...

Vinegaroon

Vinnie the vinegaroon is a relative of the spider found in the American Southwest. Photograph

Vinegaroons do not produce venom but they can spray an acidic secretion that mostly consist of acetic acid and caprylic acid. The distinctive vinegar smell ...

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Vinegaroon (order Thelyphonida)

"Whip Scorpion" "Vinegaroon"