"Чаяндар" түзөтүүлөрүнүн айырмасы

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{{About|the arthropod|other uses|Scorpion (disambiguation)}}
{{Taxobox
| name = ScorpionЧаян
| image = Scorpion_Photograph_By_Shantanu_Kuveskar.jpg
| image_width = 350px
| image_caption = [[Hottentotta tamulusИндия]]дагы fromHottentotta [[Mangaon]],tamulus [[Maharashtra]], [[India]]чаяны
| fossil_range =
| fossil_range = {{Fossil range|430|0}}<small>Early [[Silurian]] – Recent</small>
| regnum = [[AnimalЖаныбарлар]]ia
| phylum = [[Arthropod]]a
| subphylum = [[Chelicerata]]
| classis = [[ArachnidaКурт-кумурскалар]]
| subclassis = [[Dromopoda]]
| ordo = '''ScorpionesЧаяндар'''
| ordo_authority = [[Carl Ludwig Koch|C. L. Koch]], 1837
| subdivision_ranks = SuperfamiliesТобу
| subdivision =
*[[Buthoidea]]
*[[Iuroidea]]
*[[Pseudochactoidea]]
*[[Scorpionoidea]]}}
See [[#Classification|classification]] for families.
}}
'''Scorpions''' are [[predation|predatory]] [[arachnid]]s of the order '''Scorpiones'''. They have eight legs<ref>{{cite web|url= http://www.scorpionworlds.com/|title= SCORPION FACTS AND INFORMATION|publisher=ScorpionWorlds|accessdate=19 February 2015}}</ref> and are easily recognised by the pair of grasping [[pedipalp]]s and the narrow, segmented [[tail]], often carried in a characteristic forward curve over the back, ending with a [[venom]]ous [[stinger]]. Scorpions range in size from 9&nbsp;mm / 0.3 in. (''[[Typhlochactas mitchelli]]'') to 23&nbsp;cm / 9 in. (''[[Heterometrus swammerdami]]'').<ref>{{cite book |author=Manny Rubio |year=2000 |title=Scorpions: Everything About Purchase, Care, Feeding, and Housing |publisher=[[Barron's Educational Series|Barron's]] |isbn=978-0-7641-1224-9 |chapter=Commonly Available Scorpions|pages=26–27
|url=http://www.amazon.com/Scorpions-Everything-Purchase-Feeding-Complete/dp/B00E404CAQ/
|quote=The Guinness Book of Records claims [...] Heterometrus swammerdami'', to be the largest scorpion in the world [9 inches (23 cm)}}</ref>inche
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