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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by tarzan2day, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. tarzan2day

    tarzan2day Arachnosquire

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    I know the substrate is dry in the pic. What is this?
    Someone said a "Redleg", very scientific...[​IMG]

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  2. Bayushi

    Bayushi Arachnoprince Old Timer

    it's late and i am tired.. but to me it looks like a P. cavimanus ofcourse i could be and most likely am totally wrong.
     
  3. freeman

    freeman Arachnosquire

    P.gregoryi maybe? i might be wrong i'm not that into Pandinus.
     
  4. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking

    P.gregoryi is a synonym of P.exitialis ;) It does look like P.exitialis to me. There is a light morph of P.cavimanus, and they look a bit alike, but P.cavimanus has different chela, granulations and general coloration pattern.

    Cheers, Michiel
     
  5. H. laoticus

    H. laoticus Arachnoprince

    one thing I'm sure of is it's not P. cavimanus
     
  6. winter_in_tears

    winter_in_tears Arachnoknight

    Doesn't look like Cavimanus to me. I have been studying Pandinus lately, this one has a sunburst finish. Like a vintage Les Paul guitar.

    I wanna say P.exitialis, but I am probably like 100% wrong.
     
  7. winter_in_tears

    winter_in_tears Arachnoknight

  8. tarzan2day

    tarzan2day Arachnosquire

    Thank you Soo much!!:D
     
  9. rony

    rony Arachnopeon

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    P.exitialis for sure