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Insects, Spiders and Kin

These animals (along with crabs, shrimp, crayfish and others) are arthropods—invertebrates with jointed legs. Learn about Missouri's most common arthropods here.

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Image of a pseudoscorpion.

Pseudoscorpions

Various species in the order Pseudoscorpionida
These unusual little arachnids, which look something like tiny scorpions but with a rounded (and nonvenomous) hind end, are often overlooked but are filled with biological curiosity. Learn more about these helpful animals.

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Striped Scorpion

Video of a striped scorpion in the wild.

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Striped Scorpion

Centruroides vittatus
Young striped scorpions are pale yellowish-brown, usually with two lengthwise dark stripes on the abdomen; older scorpions are uniform dark brown with the stripes faint or lacking.

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Image of a striped scorpion

Striped Scorpion

Photo of a striped scorpion.

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The Invisible Forest

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Life and death in a microscopic ecological community.

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