SCORPION PEST CONTROL IN PHOENIX, AZ
A creature whose sting is synonymous with pain and suffering throughout numerous cultures, the scorpion is a potentially dangerous pest whose presence is not to be taken lightly. If you have a scorpion problem in your Phoenix, AZ home or business, you need the help of a professional exterminator as soon as possible. And that’s precisely where we come in.
WHEN YOU NEED IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION
At Select Pest Control LLC, we take scorpions seriously, and for good reason. We know how destructive these creatures can be, and we want to keep you and those around you safe. When you call on us, we’ll arrive on the scene quickly and do a thorough evaluation of your property to determine the scope of your infestation. From there, we’ll utilize effective scorpion extermination methods to rid you of your problem and give you the peace of mind you deserve.
Don’t run the risk of injury by putting off your call to Select Pest Control LLC. Contact us now to schedule an appointment and fight back against scorpions.
ARIZONA HAIRY SCORPION
The giant Arizona hairy scorpion is the one of the smallst scorpions in Arizona, reaching about 6 inches in length. Their bodies are usually colored brown with lighter yellow pinchers and legs. There name comes from the brown hairs that are all over their bodies. Those hairs are used to detect air and ground vibrations. They have a long tail tipped with a bulb of poison and stinger with great big pinchers and 4 pairs of legs. Read More about the Arizona Hairy Scorpion.
THE ARIZONA BARK SCORPION
Arizona bark scorpions have a gestation period of several months, are born live, and are gently guided onto their mother’s back. The female usually gives birth to anywhere from 25 to 35 young. These remain with their mother until their first molt, which can be up to 3 weeks after birth. Arizona bark scorpions may live up to 6 years.
While nearly all scorpions are solitary, the Arizona bark scorpion is a rare exception: during winter, packs of 20 to 30 scorpions can congregate.
Bark scorpions, like most other scorpions, are incredibly resilient. During US nuclear testing, scorpions, along with cockroaches and lizards, were found near ground zero with no recorded adverse effects.