Scolopendra


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Scolopendra

(skō'lō-pen'dră),
A genus of centipedes characterized by 21-23 pairs of legs. Common U.S. species are Scolopendra heros (the Western house centipede) and Scolopendra morsitans.
[Mod. L., fr. G. skōlopendra, multipede]
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Dentro del genero Scolopendra se encuentran los representantes de mayor talla de ciempies, especialmente en los tropicos, de los cuales en Mexico se han registrado tres especies: Scolopendra heros Girard, 1853, Scolopendra robusta Kraepelin, 1903 y Scolopendra sumichrasti Saussure, 1860 (Attems, 1930; Guizze et al., 2016; Cupul-Magana et al., 2018).
The trio acquired two centipedes near a waterfall in Laos and they were named Scolopendra cataracta, derived from the Latin term for 'waterfall.' The centipede's venom is not deadly, but it can penetrate the human skin and smolder a lengthy portion of it for days.
There are at least 3 native species of scolopendrid centipedes in southern Florida: Scolopendra viridis Say, 1821, Hemiscolopendra marginata Say, 1821, and S.
marginala (Say, 1821) and possible misidentifications as Scolopendra spp.; proposal of AkymnopelUs, n.
(2000, 2002a) sobre el orden Geophilomorpha; Chagas-Junior (2003) sobre la familia Scolopocryptopidae; Shelley y Chagas-Junior (2004) sobre el genero Arthrorhabdus Pocock, 1891; Chagas-Junior y Shelley (2003) sobre el genero Newportia Gervais, 1847; Shelley (2006) sobre el genero Scolopendra L, 1758; Edgecombe y Cupul-Magana (2008) sobre la familia Scutigeridae; y Bonato et al.
The largest North American centipede, Scolopendra heros Girard is a widely ranging scolopendromorph found from western Arkansas and western Louisiana, southwestern Missouri, central and southern Kansas, and west through Oklahoma, Texas and the southeastern corner of Colorado to New Mexico and western Arizona in the United States and southward to Nayarit, Mexico (Shelley 2002; McAllister et al.
* Scolopendra (centipede): We have been using this remedy successfully for an adolescent with Asperger syndrome for over a year.
Biology and Environmental Science and Resource Management Programs, One University Drive, California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA 93012 43 A STING TO DIE FOR: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VENOM AVAILABILITY AND PREDATORY AND DEFENSIVE STINGING BEHAVIOR IN THE CENTIPEDES SCOLOPENDRA POLYMORPHA AND S.
USE OF HEN EGG DERIVED IMMUNOGLOBULIN AGAINST SCOLOPENDRA (Scolopendra Gigantea) VENOM
One female was attacked by a giant desert centipede, Scolopendra heros.
There, experts identified it as Scolopendra gigantea - the world's largest species of centipede.