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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.
Tityus Stigmurus 2i - 3i today
Awesome pics bro
That top 1 looks sick
Good moltong weekend
Parabuthas Transvaalicus mid molt!!!
tail is looking so awesome (He/she) is growing fast!
Awesome pics !!!!!
and that second to last 1 looks female to me
definitely doesnt have the bulbous chela like on the pedipalps of males
1.1U planimanus arrived today thanks to @Scorpionluva
Another Rhoplarurus Molt 4i -5i
Bad Ass Pic !!!
It's almost like it's a mirrored image with a ghost lol
I don't know how I missed this
Lol figured I had to take the shot
Incoming 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri spam! All pictures featured on this specific post is of one of my 3 Grosphus grandidieri!
Same 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri as previous post. I took a lot of pictures!
Last post xD 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri. Same one as previous 2 posts!
Both my Uroplectes Planimanus have molted into adult hood today @Scorpionluva awesome man!!!!!
Just got a good one of my Androctonus Amoreuxi. Freshly molted to 8i. I turned on the flash lol.
A little guy we found in our house. I snagged a picture before he escaped into a crack in our door frame.
A few shots of my scorps:
First shot is my urodacus yaschenkoi, juvenile currently.. a very jumpy and aggressive little guy.
Second shot is my urodacus manicatus or commonly known as the "black rock scorpion".
Third is my Isometroides vescus, known as the "spider hunting scorpion".. very interesting looking species.. mine has a more prominent dark coloring on its back than the typical example and iv been told that this particular scorpion came from an area where the largest of its species have come from so I'm hoping he will be a monster for his species!
Fourth Is my urodacus elongatus which is commonly known as the "flinders ranges scorpion".. one of the largest in Australia potentially growing over 11-12cm in length!
Already know the next 4 species I'm keen on getting.. certainly an addicting hobby!
Nice little collection you've got
I really like the species in the first and third pics