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Scorpion Collection

Background imageScorpion Collection: African Scorpion C1850

African Scorpion C1850
An African scorpion and various details

Background imageScorpion Collection: Flying testbed B2 Canberra WK163

Flying testbed B2 Canberra WK163 fitted with a NSc D1-2 Double Scorpion rechargeable booster rocket Date: 1957

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89 Scorpion

Northrop F-89 Scorpion

Background imageScorpion Collection: Various Arachnids

Various Arachnids
A variety of insects, including centipede, millipede, woodlouse, scorpion, spiders and ticks

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpio orientalis, scorpion

Scorpio orientalis, scorpion
Suppl. Tab LXV from Insecten-Belustigung 1746-61 Volume 3, by August Johann R� von Rosenhof (1705-1759)

Background imageScorpion Collection: Flying testbed B2 Canberra WK162

Flying testbed B2 Canberra WK162
Flying testbed B2 Canberra WK163 fitted with a NSc D1-2 Double Scorpion rechargeable booster rocket Date: 1957

Background imageScorpion Collection: Blunt / Scorpio / Plate 45

Blunt / Scorpio / Plate 45
The constellation of Scorpio, the scorpion

Background imageScorpion Collection: Alvis FV101 Scimitar and FV107 Scorpion light tanks

Alvis FV101 Scimitar and FV107 Scorpion light tanks at the British Army Equipment Exhibition, held at Aldershot from 23-27 June 1980. Date: 1980

Background imageScorpion Collection: Wisconsin Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion

Wisconsin Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion 53-2536, of the 126th Fighter Interceptor Squadron. built as an F-89D-60-NO and upgraded to F-89J. Wisconsin ANG 126th FIS

Background imageScorpion Collection: Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32662

Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32662
Iowa Air National Guard - Northrop F-89J Scorpion 53-(O-3)2662 (O for obsolete, not a number), of the 124th Fighter Interceptor Squadron

Background imageScorpion Collection: United States Air Force - Northrop F-89H Scorpion 54-0298

United States Air Force - Northrop F-89H Scorpion 54-0298
United States Air Force - Northrop F-89H-1-NO Scorpion 54-0298. Visible are the retractable launchers for the AIM-4 Falcon Air to Air Missiles and the covered un-guided rocket launcher tubes

Background imageScorpion Collection: La Balance (Scales), Scorpion

La Balance (Scales), Scorpion

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89 Scorpion

Northrop F-89 Scorpion 52-1868 (msn N.4445), on display at NAS JRB Fort Worth, TX. Date: circa 1995

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32674

Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-32674 (msn N.4805, 53-2674), on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ, Date: circa 1980

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-21911

Northrop F-89J Scorpion O-21911 (52-1911). Built as an F-89D-45-NO Scorpion and converted to F-89J in 1956. armed with nuclear tipped Genie Air-air missiles, on outside display at the USAF Museum

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89J Scorpion 52-2129

Northrop F-89J Scorpion 52-2129
Northrop F-89J-45-NO Scorpion 52-2129, on display at the Air Power Park and Museum (near Langley Air Force Base), Hampton, Virginia. Date: circa 1990

Background imageScorpion Collection: Hoverquipment HQ-007 Scorpion

Hoverquipment HQ-007 Scorpion hovercraft, at Lydd Airport, behind the British Air Ferries terminal. Date: 1969

Background imageScorpion Collection: Johnny Newcome drinking grog in the cockpit with other

Johnny Newcome drinking grog in the cockpit with other middys (midshipmen), HMS Victory. Sextants, pistols and muskets hang from hooks on the walls, a tub of grog on the floor. The Cockpit

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpion spider crab and Leachs spider crab

Scorpion spider crab and Leachs spider crab
Scorpion spider crab, Inachus dorsettensis 1, and Leachs spider crab, Inachus phalangium 2. Inaco scorpione, Inaco dorinco

Background imageScorpion Collection: Circular crab and swimming crab

Circular crab and swimming crab
Circular crab, Atelecyclus rotundatus 1, and swimming crab, Portumnus latipes 2. Ateleciclo con sette denti, Portunno variegato

Background imageScorpion Collection: Black scorpion fish, estuarine stonefish, and red lionfish

Black scorpion fish, estuarine stonefish, and red lionfish
Black scorpion fish, Scorpaena porcus 120, estuarine stonefish, Synanceia horrida 121, and red lionfish, Pterois volitans 122

Background imageScorpion Collection: Vit sculpin, pogge, and sea scorpion

Vit sculpin, pogge, and sea scorpion
Vit sculpin, Cottus gobio 117, pogge, Agonus cataphractus 118, and sea scorpion, Myoxocephalus scorpius 119. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Gottlieb Tobias Wilhelms Encyclopedia of Natural

Background imageScorpion Collection: Asian blue forest scorpion and Italian scorpion

Asian blue forest scorpion and Italian scorpion
Asian blue forest scorpion, Heterometrus cyaneus (Buthus reticulatus) 1 and Italian scorpion, Euscorpius italicus (Scorpio italicus) 2

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpion mud turtle and endangered loggerhead sea turtle

Scorpion mud turtle and endangered loggerhead sea turtle
Scorpion mud turtle, Kinosternon scorpioides (Tricarinated tortoise, Testudo tricarinata) and loggerhead sea turtle, Caretta caretta, endangered

Background imageScorpion Collection: Emperor scorpion, Pandinus imperator

Emperor scorpion, Pandinus imperator (Buthus afer), native to Africa. Handcolored engraving by Lebrun after an illustration by Vaillant from Charles d Orbignys Dictionnaire Universel d Histoire

Background imageScorpion Collection: Giant forest scorpion, Heterometrus indus

Giant forest scorpion, Heterometrus indus, and other species of scorpions from America, Germany, Italy (Scorpio afer, Scorpio americus, etc.). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by G.W

Background imageScorpion Collection: Horseshoe crabs, extinct sea scorpions and trilobites

Horseshoe crabs, extinct sea scorpions and trilobites
Aspidonia: horseshoe crab, Tachypleus gigas 1-3, extinct sea scorpion, Eurypterus tetragonophthalmus 4, extinct sea scorpion, Pterygotus anglicus 5, and extinct fossil trilobites, Onnia goldfussi 6

Background imageScorpion Collection: Bush-cricket, mud lobster and crayfish species

Bush-cricket, mud lobster and crayfish species
Great green bush-cricket, Tettigonia viridissima 1, foraminifera, Bannerella gibbosa 2, scorpion mud lobster, Thalassina anomala 3, crayfish, Astacus goudotii 4 and head of American crawfish 5

Background imageScorpion Collection: Sunda pangolin, leopard, horse fly and scorpion fly

Sunda pangolin, leopard, horse fly and scorpion fly
Sunda pangolin, Manis javanica, critically endangered 1, leopard, Panthera pardus 4, horse fly, Tabanus rostratus 3, scorpion fly, Panorpa communis 3

Background imageScorpion Collection: Giant whip scorpion, beetle and cobweb spider

Giant whip scorpion, beetle and cobweb spider
Giant whip scorpion, Mastigoproctus giganteus, beetle, Theratus species, and cobweb spider, Theridion species. Thelyphone, Themisto, Therate, Theridion

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpion, an ancient machine for firing darts

Scorpion, an ancient machine for firing darts. From William Newtons Designs for Vitruvius. Copperplate engraving by N.C. Goodnight from Francis Groses Military Antiquities respecting a History of

Background imageScorpion Collection: Barclays Maurandia, the winged Thunbergia and Forget me not

Barclays Maurandia, the winged Thunbergia and Forget me not
Barclays Maurandia, Maurandya barclayana, the winged Thunbergia, Thunbergia alata, Memory; Scorpion Grass, Forget me not, Myosotis scorpioides

Background imageScorpion Collection: Father lasher or sea scorpion, Myoxocephalus scorpius

Father lasher or sea scorpion, Myoxocephalus scorpius (Cottus scorpius). Handcoloured copperplate drawn and engraved by Edward Donovan from his Natural History of British Fishes, Donovan and F.C

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpion vetch, Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca

Scorpion vetch, Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca (Sea-green or day-smelling coronilla, Coronilla glauca). Handcolured copperplate engraving after a botanical illustration by Sydenham Edwards

Background imageScorpion Collection: Scorpion fish, rat fish, cowfish and firefish

Scorpion fish, rat fish, cowfish and firefish
Red scorpion fish, Scorpaena scrofa 1, rat fish, Chimaera monstrosa 2, scrawled cowfish, Acanthostracion quadricornis 3, and broadbarred firefish, Pterois antennata 4

Background imageScorpion Collection: Spiders and scorpions

Spiders and scorpions
Goliath bird-eating spider, Theraphosa blondi, with hummingbird 1, Italian tarantula, Lycosa tarantula 2, orange spider of Curacao 3, and species of scorpions of India 4, America 5, and Europe 6

Background imageScorpion Collection: Turtles and tortoises

Turtles and tortoises
Scorpion mud turtle, Kinosternon scorpioides 1, endangered geometric tortoise, Psammobates geometricus 2, marginated tortoise, Testudo marginata 3, African spurred tortoise, Centrochelys sulcata 4

Background imageScorpion Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 700

Curtis British Entomology Plate 700
Hemiptera: Nepa cinerea (Water Scorpion) [Plant: Sagittaria sagittifolia (Arrowhead)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageScorpion Collection: Northrop F-89B Scorpion 49-2434

Northrop F-89B Scorpion 49-2434 (buzz number FV-434), on display at Lackland Air Force Base, in December 1965. Accepted by USAF in January 1951 as an F-89A; modified as EF-89A test-bed for

Background imageScorpion Collection: Radioplane RP-76

Radioplane RP-76 high-speed target drone, seen under the wing of its Northrop F-89 Scorpion launch aircraft. Date: circa 1953

Background imageScorpion Collection: USAF - Northrop F-89D-5-NO Scorpion 51-0415

USAF - Northrop F-89D-5-NO Scorpion 51-0415
United States Air Force - Northrop F-89D-5-NO Scorpion 51-0415, an early production F-89D (number 16), with rocket only armament

Background imageScorpion Collection: North Dakota Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D Scorpion

North Dakota Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D Scorpion
North Dakota Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D-55-NO Scorpion 53-2517, of the 178th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, North Dakota Air National Guard, at a Naval Air Station

Background imageScorpion Collection: United States Air Force - F-89D Scorpion 53-2536

United States Air Force - F-89D Scorpion 53-2536
United States Air Force - Northrop F-89D-60-NO Scorpion 53-2536 at Detroit. Ca.1954: TOS USAF as F-89D. Assigned to 176th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron, 115th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Truax Field

Background imageScorpion Collection: Wisconsin Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D Scorpion

Wisconsin Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D Scorpion
Wisconsin Air National Guard - Northrop F-89D-1-NO Scorpion 51-0400 of Wisconsin Air National Guard on display as a unit mascot. Date: 1966

Background imageScorpion Collection: United States Air Force - Northrop F-89B Scorpion 49-2453

United States Air Force - Northrop F-89B Scorpion 49-2453, of the 84th Fighter Interception Squadron / 78th Fighter Interception Group. Date: circa 1951

Background imageScorpion Collection: RELIGION / EGYPT / SERKET

RELIGION / EGYPT / SERKET
The scorpion-headed funerary goddess, association with the embalming of mummies

Background imageScorpion Collection: BLUNT / SCORPIO / 45 / 1849

BLUNT / SCORPIO / 45 / 1849
The constellation of Scorpio, the scorpion. Date: 1849

Background imageScorpion Collection: Greek Art. Archaic Age. 6th century BCE. Bronze tripod foot

Greek Art. Archaic Age. 6th century BCE. Bronze tripod foot with six reliefs depicting: 1-Woman holding a horse by the reins, 2 - Lion and Scorpion



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