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Great shot Brian, that's what I love to see. It's almost spider season here, so I'll be catching large wolf spiders in my garage very soon.:D
I now place all my ZooMed pads in the same position. Centered from front/back on the SIDE of the tank glass at 1/4in. above the lower platic tank...
Indeed, great pics of a great species, if only they were more commonly available in the USA.
Whatever music you choose, make sure to cut the bass to nothing. I wish I never heard that garbage in traffic, I'm certain they will be less annoyed.
I am of the opinion that the individual in question, most likely sat down to "use the facilities", and the scorpion was clinging under the toilet...
(with Jedi mind-trick) "those aren't the scorps your'e looking for".
I would have to go with C. exilicauda, my personal favorite. If I could only have a single species it would be this one. They are very beautifully...
I have a male that is at 5+ years(knock on wood), hope he keeps going. :)
John, beautiful scorpions!, I have no idea what species, but I'm glad you had a fruitful trip. Congratulations on getting them back here.
May I ask where that information came from?, I did my collecting in 1987. I also found specimens in the Grand Coulee/Coulee Dam region.
Tom, congratulations, those look wonderful. I wish you much luck with raising/breeding the T.trinitatis, those are a big favorite of mine. Someday...
I went to the old (no longer used) airstrip in Ephrata WA and found lots and lots of U. mordax. Just start flipping stones, you'll find bunches. :)
I request that the original poster provide the GPS coordinates for the area in question.
:clap: Find em, find em all. :clap:
It looks quite a bit like L. quinquestriatus.
Given the location of the unauthorized introduction, they may just eventually migrate into Mexico and thrive.
The scorpions or the parents?. :wicked:
I'm fairly certain that if they were to be stung by one as years go by, that some regret might be expressed during their last moments.
Congratulations on the little ones. :)