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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by leiurus, Aug 21, 2004.
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Nice pictures, and nice scorpions. Next time feed them a lizard.
Nice looking scorpions, isn't it difficult to catch those grasshoppers?.
Stan, grasshoppers can be too difficult if they're on the ground but if they are inhabitating walls, trees, and other vegetation, these guys are fairly easy and abundant to catch. I wouldn't bother chasing them on the ground, too exhausting and defeats the purpose really. Cheers!
Are you kidding me? Its my favorite hobby while I'm stuck on a island in the summer! And its all about skills, wich I have tons of. Mainly from second grade, releasing them in class
LoL! Yeah, the Norwegian Junior Grasshopper Scuttle or perhaps the Norwegian Grasshopper Rugby eh? The ultimate example of juvenile athleticism.
There is multitudes of grasshoppers, during the spring and summer season here in southern California, they are particularly fond of the Algerian Ivy where they're easy pickings for me.
Hahahaha, man that was good ! Finaly someone that understands my powers
You are a mans man a mans mans man, and most importantly you master the awsome art of grasshopper catching. I salut you!
Bows and trembles before the mighty grasshopper wrangler...
Thank you sir, you are the man of all men. I am not fit to kiss the ground you tread!
My H arizonsensis eating a cricket, the pic is 60kb.
YES I DID IT!!!! Sorry for butting in on you're thread Leiurus.