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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.
3rd scorp looks AWESOME
Thanks dude, the third is certainly my favourite.. mind you quite a petite species that May only get to about 4-5cm generally.
Almost looks like parabuthas liosoma
Your not wrong actually! Quite a docile little one i might add.
Got stuck into a Roach last night though that was at least the size of its abdomen.. brave!
The African fat tail genus looks amazing.. no doubt you have many of these in your collection @ArachnoDrew ?
Yea check out my Parabuthus transvaalicus dive into a roach bigger Than it, such a beast eater
I have a couple Hectors. I have Parabuthus transvaalicus and Androctonus Mauritanicus. All considered "fat tails " im excites 2 of my hectors look ready to molt soon. They should be beefy
fresh molt into 6i
Fresh molt again
Might as well throw a few pictures up here
Brotheas gervaisii, adult male:
Diplocentrus whitei, molting to 3rd instar:
Hottentotta salei, adult female:
Pseudouroctonus santarita with her new brood:
Heterometrus petersii with her new brood:
This is a Hadogenes sp. but I'm unsure which one so I took a pic and hope to get some results from folks that know more about scorpions....I'm just starting to get into scorps so any advice is happily accepted. Thank you all for taking your time to read and respond. I appreciate any input.
I cant ID however that does appear to be too much moisture for that Sp. And a lot of feeders lol crickets all over and a dubia burrowrd in ground
I fed it when I took that picture...it actually has crickets in it's mouth and that was the container it came in. I rehoused it to dry substrate but it does have a water dish and a hide (I was fixing the terrarium while it was eating). I researched it but I can't tell which species it is. That's why I took a pic and posted here. Thank you for the info!
Beautiful scorpion. What species is that?
@Christianb96 any tips ?
Formerly known as Rhoplarus Junceus