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There is a supposition that there may be a parthenogenetic population in Cuba but nobody really knows I guess (or there just isn't enough...
Definitely not an Emperor scorpion. It’s from the Heterometrus genus but that’s all I can say about that since it’s too young to be properly...
Will need a picture of the pectines (the little brush things under the scorpion). You can sex it by counting the pectine teeth. You can get the...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] 2 of my Buthus draa molted to 5i yesterday. They are still real small though. Hmmm
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] 0.1 Hottentotta hottentotta, 6i
[ATTACH] 0.0.2 Centruroides gracilis sharing a meal
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] 0.0.1 Buthus draa, 4i
[ATTACH] 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri, 6i (Freshly molted)
[ATTACH] 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri, 7i
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Centruroides gracilis cannibalism (2i)
0.1 Centruroides gracilis with her new brood[ATTACH]
R.I.P. Stoom Pei. What instar did he get to at least?
[ATTACH] Hottentotta hottentotta (2i) eating her first meal in life:
[ATTACH] Hottentotta hottentotta after molt. 5i
[ATTACH] Hottentotta hottentotta molting to 5i
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Buthus draa (Agdz, Morocco), instar 4
Day 4:[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Born on January 18, 2018 (has about 15 scorplings). The mother’s last brood was on October 11, 2017 (had 27 scorplings).
0.1 Grosphus grandidieri [ATTACH]