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im still on the same id on these but from a pic its gonna be a guess
let me know when you get a couple more and ill get you a id asap after that
ive havent seen one of those in a while wow man hahaha
i never figured out what they are but it would be cool to know the id
yeah i would go with Steatoda also
im thinking Lycosa singoriensis too
lucky lucky those are nice spiders
as already said its surely a Centruroides vittatus:D
nice ill have some sooner or later (bills man bills haha)
Isometrus is what im thinking too
yeah thats a shot in the dark trying to id they that young
all the granulations and ext are just developing so it would be a crap shoot
at an id...
being a panidus species it would need deeper substrate
enough for it to make itself a good burrow
and yes cavimanus tends to like more...
its worth checking out if you need info on them
more people should do articles on different species
like on venomlist with the scorpion of the...
get a cricket or a roach and take the head off
get some 8+ inch tweezers
take te cricket or roach and put it up to the scorpions mouth parts...
nicely done :D
L.Q's are not a toy or anything to mess with
that should be the last species anyone gets
i had them in the past but not any more
but i also...
cool those are neat looking
the only states its a problem to keep scorpions in is florida and new york
florida you need a permit for buthids but thats all and ny you just...
yeah those are surely a centruroides hentzi
arent fruit flies 90% water ?
they arent the only food source i would use as they arent
a real good source of food for much of anything realy...
a natural history museum would most likely be the place for that
bird <edit> jumping spider hahahahahahahahaha
thats cool tho pretty neat
sac spiders cause the same bite wound as a recluse
i had a bite from one last year and it was a hole hahaha nasty
well after it got cleaned out...