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For all those scorp hunting in California

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Malhavoc's, Aug 20, 2004.

  1. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

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    I found an awesome link refering to all 'known' scorpions within the state of california >>Scorpions of california<<
     
  2. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

    Heres another good one for any scorpion collectors..>>Click here<<
     
  3. Stormcrow

    Stormcrow Arachnoknight Old Timer

  4. SocialistDray

    SocialistDray Arachnopeon

    Awesome

    AWESOME just wish they would mention WHERE they captured or saw the scorpions......... we have alot of trouible her in california finding scortpions. mainly because so many of them burrow. and no one like us really gets the money energy or heads to go out wiuth a black night or nights and capture them.. and if they do. they sell them and dont mention where. if anyone knows or wnats to trade or sell californian scorps. id be happy awesome links thx.
     
  5. SocialistDray

    SocialistDray Arachnopeon

    heres a good one

    This i find to be opne of the best. dont let the mainpage fool you. look threw everything. thye tell you everything and anything you could possibly ask. especially about california info.

    www.ub.ntnu.no/scorpion-files/index.php
     
  6. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

    Try up in big bear I found two different species of scorpions by flipping rocks in morning and mid day. Also found many burrows but didn't have the arse to dig em up. Aswell found one in my sleeping bag, and one under the cooler when we left :) one was an anadactrus s[eplling] and the other I couldn't get identified.
     
  7. carpe scorpio

    carpe scorpio Arachnoking Old Timer

    Did they look like this?. http://www.ub.ntnu.no/scorpion-files/a_phaiodactylus(m).jpg
     
  8. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

    No actualy that was the one species I could get identified!. I'l lbe going back up there again soon and will get some better quality pics..
     
  9. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

    Heres a pic of the one I couldn't get Identified >>Click Here<<
     
  10. carpe scorpio

    carpe scorpio Arachnoking Old Timer

    Kinda hard to tell with that pic, but looks like a V. spinigerus.
     
  11. dtknow

    dtknow Arachnoking Old Timer

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    Where exactly do most scorpions prefer to live anyway(generalization). A guy told me they hide in similar spots to black widows-says he found one in town in a woodpile. I haven't run across any myself-so I'm guessing I'm checking the wrong spots.
     
  12. Stormcrow

    Stormcrow Arachnoknight Old Timer

    Scorpions usually build scrapes under debris, stones, and even build burrows or reside in abandoned ones.
     
  13. Malhavoc's

    Malhavoc's Arachnoking Old Timer

    I have found a total of about ten scorps in about a year of looking and 9 of those I found in one day up in the mountains the other I found in san berdandino all of them even the one I found in the valley were under old planks stones or any other 'flat' structure with minimal to no clearence between it and the ground other then where the scorp dug under..