Escorpião-amarelo

The Escorpião-amarelo (Tityus serrulatus) is about 6 inches long, which has a yellowish especially in the legs. Due to the habits and the dangers of household is responsible for most bites of scorpion poisoning recorded in Brazil, in urban areas.In Brazil it is widely distributed in the regions of the Cerrado, Caatinga, Atlantic Forest, Pantanal and Pampas. The venom of scorpions all have a neurotoxic effect. The bite is extremely painful, causing severe pain in the affected area and disperses throughout the body, causing the victim to a state of hyperesthesia.