A small rock scorpion that reaches 13cm total length. This species is black in colour. The Cederberg Rock Scorpion is endemic to South Africa and known from the northern Cederberg and Piketberg Mountains.
A small scorpion of under 4 cm with the tail extended. This species is orange to yellow with darker speckling across the body, legs and tail. The arms are yellow with a dark segment just before the pincers and dark-tipped pincers.
A large scorpion of around 11 cm with the tail extended. It is dark brown with a lighter stinger and pincers. The back often has thin pale bands across it. The top of the head is usually a lighter russet brown to yellow colour.
A medium to small scorpion under 6 cm with the tail extended. A light yellow to orange scorpion with a darker back, usually with series of pale-yellow spots down the centre of the back. There is often a dark V-shaped mask from the eyes to the mouth parts.