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Scorpion Blacklight UV LED  Flashlights
Scorpions are detectable with UV LED flashlights.

Are scorpions lurking in your house?

We at ScorpionFlashLights.com are dedicated to innovating the best products for "Scorpion Solutions". Living in Arizona we know scorpions and the battle that homeowners have to fight to protect themselves from these poisonous arachnids. The first battle to win is "detection". If you can find the scorpions then you can kill them before they invade your home. Scorpions come out at night because they think they can't be seen and are therefore safe to look for food/water. Because Scorpions fluoresce (glow) under a ULTRA VIOLET BLACKLIGHT they now can be hunted at night. You mean to tell me scorpions glow? Yes, Scorpions “glow” when exposed to black light UV light. This occurs because fluorescent chemicals are present in the cuticle. When “hunted” at night, scorpions become unmistakably illuminated and their gathering places, points of entry and travel patterns can become known. Scorpions Love to hide in block walls, under rocks, wood, etc. and even sometimes in your attic. Once you get them they can multiply fast, keep ahead of the game.

ScorpionFlashlights UV LED flashlights are the best portable blacklight you can use to win the scorpion war. Our high quality blacklight flashlights are lightweight durable and easy to use. And because we have the best prices on the internet - you can afford to get 2 or 3 flashlights (one for the bedroom, one for the kitchen, and one for the living room). We sell a variety of sizes from small UV LED FlashLights with 14 LEDs to the powerfull 100 UV LED FlashLights.

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 MORE BLACKLIGHT USES:

  • FISHERMEN: RECHARGE FISHING LURES
  • HUNTERS: TRACK DOWN GAME IN LOW LIGHT OR DUSK
  • SCORPION ILLUMINATION & PEST CONTROL
  • SECURITY/ID AND DOCUMENT VERIFICATION
  • FORGERY DETECTION
  • MINERAL LIGHTING AND IDENTIFICATION
  • ANTIQUE INSPECTION
  • ART FORGERY/REPAIR TESTS
  • CLUB HAND STAMP SCREENING
  • HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY SANITARY CHECKS
  • CHARGE GLOW IN THE DARK STARS

  • MACHINERY LEAKS
  • AIR CONDITION LEAKS
  • GLASS REPAIR INSPECTION
  • PARTY FUN FOR POSTERS ETC.
  • PET AND PEST STAINS
  • READING INVISIBLE FLUORESCENT INKS
  • CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION
  • HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY SANITARY CHECKS
  • CHARGE GLOW IN THE DARK STARS

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Bark Scorpion in DayLight

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Bark Scorpion under UV light at Night

 

Bark Scorpion
Centruroides sculpturatus

The bark scorpion is about two inches long, and its common name reflects its habit of resting on the underside of wood pieces. It is the most dangerous scorpion in Arizona. The sting of this scorpion can be fatal to humans, mainly infants and small children, so it is important to be careful when picking up firewood or rocks.
— Arizona Highways Magazine

 

SCORPIONS FACTS
Scorpions are members of the class Arachnida and are closely related to spiders, mites, and ticks. They are commonly thought of as desert dwellers, but they also live in Brazilian forests, British Columbia, North Carolina, and even the Himalayas. These hardy, adaptable arthropods have been around for hundreds of millions of years, and they are nothing if not survivors.

There are almost 2,000 scorpion species, but only 30 or 40 have strong enough poison to kill a person. The many types of venom are effectively tailored to their users' lifestyles, however, and are highly selected for effectiveness against that species' chosen prey.

Scorpions typically eat insects, but their diet can be extremely variable—another key to their survival in so many harsh locales. When food is scarce, the scorpion has an amazing ability to slow its metabolism to as little as one-third the typical rate for arthropods. This technique enables some species to use little oxygen and live on as little as a single insect per year. Yet even with lowered metabolism, the scorpion has the ability to spring quickly to the hunt when the opportunity presents itself—a gift that many hibernating species lack.

Such survival skills allow scorpions to live in some of the planet's toughest environments. Researchers have even frozen scorpions overnight, only to put them in the sun the next day and watch them thaw out and walk away. But there is one thing scorpions have a difficult time living without—soil. They are burrowing animals, so in areas of permafrost or heavy grasses, where loose soil is not available, scorpions may not be able to survive.

In Arizona

There are more than 30 species of scorpions found in Arizona.  Most common in the Phoenix area is that Bark Scorpion (Centruroides exilicauda) which also happens to be the most venomous and only lethal scorpion in Arizona.The sting of the Bark Scorpion is or can be fatal to young children, the elderly and those who are allergic to the venom. 

Thankfully there has not been a scorpion related death reported in Arizona since the 60’s.Scorpions are often found in the desert, although there are many urban habitats that are attractive to the scorpion.  Scorpions are often found near mountains, buttes and the outskirts where there has been little urbanization.  New construction can cause scorpions to move from their habitat this explains why homes adjacent to new construction often find themselves infested.  A water source as a lake or canal will attract prey for scorpions.

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