How to reproduce and deliver the scorpions–
Scorpions are alive. However, some scholars of scorpions that do not have an embryonic infant are alive, and those who have embryonic cats are viable.
The pregnant scorpion has swollen abdomen and in advanced pregnancy, fetuses can be seen on the abdominal wall, especially in the posterior mesosoma. The fertility period varies from scorpion to 2 to 4 months. The incubation time has been reported from one hour to ten days based on the type of embryo development. Scorpions usually spawn in mid-summer to mid-autumn.
Scorpion has a swollen abdominal pregnancy
First, the pregnant scorpion leans on the posterior half of the body and the front of the leg and puts its tail firmly on the right side of the body. The front half of the body is about 1 cm long with a tall angle. Tongs are not touching the ground, and the fingers are semi-open. And the legs are bent from the t-shirt area. In this case, the two hinges are opened and placed vertically. The baby is removed without any visible muscle contraction. The two legs that bend from the teeth are embraced like a baby’s back.
The scorpion is split up so that the children get out of it-
The scrobbing baby gets out of the tail and odontobutos. This rule is common, that is, a newborn scorpion scrophy comes out of the tail and the baby’s scorpions. This difference is due to differences in the shape of the embryonic growth of two scorpions. The baby’s departure time varies from a few minutes to a few hours. Scorpions often feed on their baby after giving birth if they do not have access to the bait
Scorpions are getting out-
How the placenta is placed in the mother’s arms, the back surface to the ground and the legs and arms to the mother rely on the mother’s tail. The image of this state has also been cited. The nurses gradually move from the abdomen to the back of the mother. Sometimes the babies first placed on the floor and then moved to the back of the mother. This action was slow and sometimes took about an hour. At this time, the infants stayed between 5 and 15 minutes on the mother’s arms and legs. The position of the infants at the back of the mother was not constant and moved with movement.
The number of infants has been reported in different scorpions and from 6 to 90 cases
Scrapie infants were 6 to 10 and without embryo. While the odontobutatus had a maximum of 26, all had an embryo. Each baby is taken to the back of the mother after tearing her embryo. As mentioned, the outbreaks of the infants are single and in the girth of the head or tail. A dual outlet has also been seen that a baby has been dying out of the tail at the same time as another dancer. The number of infants has been reported in different scorpions and from 6 to 90 cases.
Skin formation and different stages of baby growth
The scorpion baby is called larvae. In the first stage, the larvae is open without mouth and denominator and feeds on the yolk in the body. The legs, instead of the paws, have a nose that is left behind by the baby. The duct does not have an exit stomp. Carneys and feces are not completely formed and do not cover the original paint. The second stage of growth (pronum) usually begins after a week and begins with the first molestation of the baby behind the mother. Scorpions, although not as metamorphic insects, use some terms related to the growth stages of insects on these animals
At this stage of development, the baby takes on a more complete form, but still has differences over the adult scorpion. These differences are more or less common in all skin types and are different from scorpion types. For example, in the intestine of krzykóda, when the infancy is risen, the number of Tars legs is added to the number of darks. Tricuberty cavities are large and easily visible at the early stages of growth in all scorpions.
At the stage of the development of the types of butterfly grass scorpions, instead of four tetrahedral on the internal surface of the femur, there are three trichotters, the number of which is complete in the lateral skin. In the third stage of growth (Nemphs) (27), which after the second codification, Scorpio takes on a more complete form. In the Nemph stage, the beast in the first year is 4 to 5 times, and in the second year it plagues 2 more times to continue the growth. Probably, skin replacement is affected by a type of internal hormone.
The scorpions in general ranging from 8 to 10 times from infancy to adulthood, which lasts about 3 years. At maturity, the action of this hormone stops under the influence of the opposite hormone. The maturation stage begins with full growth and the animal’s preparation for mating, and begins with the appearance of the paraoxial limb. The emergence and characteristics of puberty in the larval stage (neutrony) in rare diseases are rare.
Biological conditions and pathogens–
Newborns continue to live at a short distance after birth and spend their early stages of growth behind the mother. This is a sign of their lack of mobility, not because of the existence of social instinct. During puberty, they are hunted near their own place of residence. Scorpions are nightlife. The days are in safe places, such as the gaps in the walls, under the rocks, the shingles, and the bark of the trees and leaves, under the mat and the wood chips (the type of digger in the hole), and with the dark air, from a safe place They are hunting for themselves.