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  1. Desert Vinegaroon_Wiki Searcher

    Desert Vinegaroon. Results for Desert Vinegaroon: Also try: Ads: Vinegaroon | San Diego Zoo - Kids. ... Planet's Best: Kalahari Desert Meerkats : HowStuffWorks.

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  1. Giant Vinegaroon or Desert Whiptail Scorpion ...

    Photograph of vinegaroons or whiptail scorpions, prefers desert areas. Harmless to humans.

    texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth5506
  1. Desert Diary: Vinegaroon

    Centennial Museum; Desert Diary Index2000 Page; Arthropod Index Page 3; What smells like vinegar and has an evil reputation? Why the Chihuahuan Desert's vinegaroon.

    museum2.utep.edu/archive/arthropods/DDvinegaroon.htm
  1. Vinegaroon - What's That Bug?

    Jul 13, 2010 · Dear Leon, Thanks for writing to us about your personal account of a harrowing encounter with a harmless Vinegaroon. Your wife is a wise person.

    www.whatsthatbug.com/2010/07/13/vinegaroon
  1. Urban Dictionary: vinegaroon

    Feb 24, 2008 · Solpugids aka sun spiders, whip scorpions. Found mostly in the desert areas of the southwestern states from Texas to California. They are spider-li...

    www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=vinegaroon
  1. Vinegaroon - Field Guide to Common Texas Insects

    They are more commonly found in desert areas but they have also been reported in grassland, scrub, pine forests, and mountains ... hence the name "vinegaroon."

    texasinsects.tamu.edu/cimg365.html
  1. giant whip scorpion - Mastigoproctus giganteus giganteus ...

    The common name 'vinegaroon' is related to their ability to give off a spray of concentrated (85%) acetic acid from the base of the whip-like tail.

    entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/creatures/misc/misc/giant_whip_scorpion.htm
  1. The Vinegaroon Spider Bite | HRF

    Do I Have a Vinegaroon Bite? A vinegaroon is one of the unique creatures of the Southwest United States. Looking like a cross between a scorpion and a spider, the ...

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