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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by journeys and scorpions, Oct 6, 2012.
Europe has a much better smuggling program.
Centruroides hoffmanni, ( Mexico ), 1.0.0
0.2.0, ( Gravid )
Rhopalurus princeps, ( Dominican Republic ), 1.1.0 -> Male is a dark Morph
Your C. hoffmanni are gorgeous!
Yeah partner !
Smeringurus mesaensis, ( U.S.A ), 0.1.0
your collection is more + more impressive every time I see your new pics
VERY JEALOUS !!!!!!
Hottentotta gentili, ( Marokko - Quarzazate )
Congrats on the brood.Thanks for sharing.Yet another species of hottentotta I don't have.
Yes...some for Eastern
Centruroides gracilis, ( Cuba ), ( Black )
Babycurus gigas, ( Tanzania ), 0.1.0
This collection is amazzzingggggggg )))))))
Hottentotta trilineatus, ( Tanzania - Arusha ), ( Dark )
Hottentotta flavidulus, ( Pakistan - Hyderabad )
Hottentotta minusalta, ( Afghanistan - Uruzgan )
Awesome pics.You have a nice collection.
Thanks man !
Rhopalurus garridoi, ( Cuba )
Centruroides hoffmanni, ( Mexico )
Centruroides barbudensis, ( Lesser Antilles - St. Martin )
Sooo, some rareness...thanks to Poldis groundwork !
Compsobuthus cf. jordanensis, ( Jordania - Petra )
Some new !
With both morphs.
Hottentotta trilineatus, ( Tanzania - Arusha), ( Dark )
Compsobuthus cf. schmiedeknechti, ( Jordania - Damm )
Adult in 7. Instar. My first Lady from a WC litter healthy, disguised and in all its glory!
Buthacus arenicola, 0.1.0
A male, also adult in 7. Instar.
Interesting. I had like 4-5 different color variations come out of my trilineatus broods but it wasnt that pronounced until they were completely hardened up! Very cool pics man!
(Super dark, dark, orange, yellow)
Really? Have u pics ? I must see!
I'll have to get them going on my thread!
Over time, it seems they settle into light and dark color morphs. At 2i, much like with Sicarius, they start out more colorful and then dull out
Great collection of scorps.