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Centruroides gracilis 4i

Centruroides gracilis molted to 4i

Centruroides gracilis 4i
NMWAPBT, Aug 1, 2019
RezonantVoid and zephed like this.
    • Plutoofdeath
      I'm from Florida and I haven't found one scorpion. this hasn't stopped me from not looking.
      i have been at it for 5 years. I got a new black light. I'm going to the state forest sometime this weekend.
      wish me luck =) pin trees here I come.
    • NMWAPBT
      @Plutoofdeath good luck for sure man! I've wanted to go to Florida too look for these but I'm in Illinois and haven't been able to make the trip. I've read that these can sometimes be found in central Florida and especially in southern Florida. I think centruroides vittatus shares territory in central Florida but is more common in northern parts of the state. If memory serves correctly. In any case I hope you find some that would be awesome!
    • NMWAPBT
      @Plutoofdeath it was centruroides hentzi not vittatus I went back and looked. Idk what I was thinking My bad
    • Plutoofdeath
      they like to hide from me I guess. one day I will find some
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