Introduction: Because of their
size and limited distribution, Lisposoma elegans are rarely seen. They inhabit open ground, usually
under small rocks on hard ground and give a painful sting. Their thick tails are
a distinguishing feature.
Distribution: Kunene River, Epupa Falls, northern Namib Desert and Skeleton Coast, Brandberg Mountains and Spitzkoppe.
Diet: Insects, spiders and other scorpions.
Breeding: Young cling to the female for around 2 days and hydrate by absorbing water from the mother's body.
Maximum size: 28mm. Males are smaller and more slender than females.
16 Days - Fish River Canyon, Luderitz, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Damaraland, Etosha and a few extra places thrown in for good measure make this the complete Namibian holiday
14 Days - Aimed at the more discerning safari participant, this fully inclusive trip stays at up-market accommodation around Namibia.
12 Days - A combination of lodges & luxury 'camping'. Includes visits to Cheetah Conservation, Etosha Park, Damaraland (and a Himba village), Swakopmund & the dunes at Sossusvlei
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