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20 Sep How To Catch A Scorpionfly



In this the first episode of insect impossible, Jason Thomas takes you with him to the field to look for the strange insect, the scorpionfly. During his quest to find this uncommon insect he shares what types of environments you might encounter one in and he shares techniques that will help you catch one once you find the right area.

Special Thanks to Texas A&M University AgriLife Research for funding this video and the John A Jackman Scholarship endowment fund.

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15 Comments
  • That Guy
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    found a male in the UK today, led me to this video

  • nature1upclose
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    I have never found a scorpion fly where i live in MΓ©xico, cool video.

  • Grace Frazier
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Jason, I was glad to see this video. This insect looks imposing enough to warn off anyone hoping to add it to their store of knowledge. Was glad to see it sitting quietly on your hand. Too, the diagram of their habitat was most helpful and easy to remember. Thank you for sharing it all.

  • Oh Dahng boi
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    A what

  • Frank 788
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Thx for this VideoπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

  • Mr_Wiggles
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Is that a stingwing from fallout 4

  • Kason Furnas
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    I love Mecoptera!

  • Wildlife Spot
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Great find

  • Garth Murray
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    The first videos I watched on your channel had you doing all kinds of different characters; not good.
    This video is excellent! Keep it up 😊

  • Tiny CreatureHub
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Thanks for the tips, hope singapore have this kind of insect

  • MegaGFilms
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    that's one freaky find

  • Kyler Berg
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    You should do Mantisfly next

  • Barry Turner
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Nice one Insect Hunter!

  • Nature Is Everywhere
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Hey dude, I just came across your channel and its super interesting!!
    I'm sure you probably get this question a lot, but what is your personal process for killing/pinning a insect? – do you soak them in any sort of alcohol to preserve them before pinning?

    Cheers!
    Merry Christmas from Australia πŸ™‚

  • Canal Besouro Solto
    Posted at 10:51h, 20 September

    Very good video!

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