Urodacus manicatus - Mark Newton
Innes NP, SA



A small (~35mm) species, similar morphologically in many respects to

U. armatus,  but in comparison occupies comparatively mesic coastal regions with

little radiation inland. A scrape is constructed under a rock or log with a short burrow

occupied and blocked off to avoid desiccation in the summer months. Found

coastally from SE Qld to York Peninsula , South Australia.

References

Newton, M.A. (2008). A guide to keeping Australian scorpions in captivity, with notes on general biology and identification. Adelaide, S. Aust. : Mark A. Newton


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