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Johnny´s Scorpions

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by journeys and scorpions, Oct 6, 2012.

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    Hi :)

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    Hottentotta trilineatus, ( Tanzania ), ( Gravid )
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    Androctonus australis australis, ( Tunisia, Djerba ( Meninx ) ), 5. Instar
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  2. So many great species...Hottentotta, Buthus, and especially the C. testaceus.
     
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    Androctouns bicolor, ( Egypt ), 0.1.0, 5. Instar
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    Androctonus crassicauda, ( Jordania - Al Jafr ), 0.1.0, 6. Instar
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    Scorpio maurus, ( palmatus ), ( Israel ), 0.1.0, ?. Instar
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  4. pannaking22

    pannaking22 Arachnoemperor Active Member

    More awesome pics! That C. bicolor is a beautiful scorp! :)
     
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    Centruroides gracilis, ( Florida ), 1.0.0
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    Centruroides gracilis, ( Cuba ), ( Black ), 1.0.0
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    Centruroides edwardsii, ( Columbia ), 0.1.0, 6. Instar
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    Centruroides gracilis, ( Florida ), 0.1.0
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    Centruroides gracilis, ( Cuba ), ( Black ), 0.1.0
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    Centruroides gracilis, ( Cuba ), ( Gravid ), 0.1.0
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  6. netr

    netr Arachnoknight

    I've been away from the forum for a while, so I'm only replying now. But she dislikes the appearance of scorpions; I think she finds them frightening. However, she has just recently given me the go-ahead, so there should be a Euscorpius italicus on the way soon. Very excited!

    As always, the photos are gorgeous by the way.
     
  7. I hope your wife will allow you even more animals :)


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    Centruroides meisei, ( Mexico )
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    Buthus paris, Morocco - Ain Beni Mathar
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    Centruroides fulvipes, ( Mexico ), 5./6. Instar
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    Centruroides barbudensis, ( Lesser Antilles - St. Martin ), 5./6. Instar
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    Centruroides sp. pinotepa, ( Mexico - Pinotepa ), 1.0.0
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    Hottentotta hottentotta, ( Uganda )
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    Hottentotta hottentotta, ( Burkina Faso )
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  10. remainpositive

    remainpositive Arachnosquire

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    Always look forward to your pictures! So gorgeous yet so menacing.
     
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  11. G. Carnell

    G. Carnell Arachnoemperor Old Timer

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    Johnny, had any contact with Alex Tietz the past few years? one of the enigmas of the past!

    Your Burkina Faso variant reminded me of him! Had some of those off him a while ago, thought they were fat 'docile' ones :D

    I need to get some H.H's back in my collection, its simplicity is part of its beauty, regular brown scorpion with pretty granules
    nice to see a male too in your pictures!
     
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  12. Unfortunately, I have never met Alex Tietz. I do not know what he's doing and why he has stopped.
    I find it good that you have not forgotten him and it honors me that I have moved up to.

    You're right with everything you say abput this sp. :)!


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    Centruroides limbatus, ( Costa Rica - Monteverde )
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    Centruroides limbatus, ( Costa Rica - Siquirres )
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    Centruroides limbatus, ( Costa Rica - Siquirres )
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    Centruroides testaceus ( C. simplex ), ( Lesser Antilles - Aruba )
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  14. scorpsallday3

    scorpsallday3 Arachnopeon

    What an amazing collection! Scorpions truly are magnificent creatures. amazing quality on the close up shots. That matte black mexican species was definitely my favorite. Getting some T. stigmurus and H. trilineatus very soon!
     
  15. DrJ

    DrJ Arachnobaron

    Beautiful photos! You are surely gifted with the camera. Good thing, too, with this wonderful collection. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us here. I've been enjoying this thread. Hope you keep it going!
     
  16. Thank you!
    If you C. nigrescens mean ... It is simply a feast for the eyes! The matt black with colorful pups:)

    Thanks for the compliment!
    I have a simple Cam and i do my best :-D...I'm not always satisfied!
    I breed for several years and will still take some pictures. I am glad that the images you prepare fun, because that's what they should :)


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    When u take a closer look u can see the Colormorph!
    10 of them have orange arms and legs! Last pic near the Telson. I will make some pics later in a closer look when they have molt.

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  17. A closer look to C. gracilis ( Cuba ). You can see now better the Colormorph with Orange Arms and Orange Legs...


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  19. High Lord Dee

    High Lord Dee Arachnosquire

    These are indeed some of the most gorgeous scorpions shots I have seen. Thanks for taking the time to share. I also want to commend you on the substrate/enclosures. They look mint! Good to see people in the hobby that do things right! Nice job.

    Two questions: What type of camera(s) are you using for the shots?
    Where did you get the white sand in the enclosures? Love the texture.

    Thanks again!
     
  20. Ultum4Spiderz

    Ultum4Spiderz Arachnoking Active Member

    Yea Very impressive pics, Makes me want to get into scorps when I get a bigger T room...