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Thanks for your input!
I haven't had the time to take better pictures or to have a go at the key yet. I'll post an update when I have!
The ID that...
could anyone please give me some help on the ID of the scorpion pictured below? I know what I think it is, but I'd like to get a second...
Bear trap in a national park?? What the hell! Is that allowed in the US?
Edit: Oh and nice pics BTW, seems like a nice place :)
How many young are there? Looks like they produce rather few?
Thay take pinhead crickets without problems. They grow fairly slow so you've got some work ahead of you :)
They are from the rainforest near Alta Floresta, Brazil.
Any guesses on this one? It's from Brazil.
I'm very jealous. How many have you got?
Wow!!!! Send some to me!!! :}
Edit: Did that one just moult or why is it so pale?
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Unfortunately 2 of them died during shipping. I keep them in the freezer for ID purposes. I can send them to you if you would like to help me.
Great pics Michael!
I got some unidentified amblypygids from the Dominican republic this week. I have no idea on what they are, not even what...
They seem pretty easy to care for, I'm hopefully getting a few within a month or so. Have you tried keeping them in a communal setup?
Cool! Is she dropping the eggs? Not holding on to them like most centipedes? Got any pics?
That sounds very interesting! Tell us more!
That is sad, those pedipalps are amazing!
I am very jealous! Especially love the E. armanica and the Heterophrynus sp. Have you managed to keep the E. armanica alive? I've...
L. hasselti are common in Europe, I've also seen L. katipo for sale but that was a while ago.
Poecilotheria smithi is a species that may soon be extinct in the wild. They are found in a small area that is currently being turned into market...
They are in the European hobby....