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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.
The biggest metasoma in the history of scorpions !!!!!!!!!
Or not !!!!
My first scorpion! (Asian forest)
My new H. jayakari male (above) and female (below)
Not sure if this is where I do this but what species of scorpion would this be? I found this guy when I was in Ecuador taking a night tour in the Amazonian Rainforest. It was not to far from the Yasuní National park and about 2 and a half hours up river from the town of Coca if that helps.
Thats a Tityus species. As for a proprt id would have to take a closer look at it
That is a cool looking scorpion..
One of my first scorpions. I have 3 in total but so far have only seen 2 of them for more than a minute. I think I made their hiding spots too comfortable..
Its my favourite sp.
I could use some assistance in identifying these two species if anyone can help? The different color telson's are what have me confused. Thanks in advance!!
First one is around 4-4.5in long with tail
This one is closer to 3-3.5 with tail, and pretty plump as you can see.
WWE style..walking while eating
Lychas marmoreus (I think). Ignore the pic's crap quality
Wrong place wrong time..
I went to a reptile show 2 days back looking for either a g. pulchra or a. chalcodes, but both were sold out, so I got this emperor scorpion instead! I don't know for sure, but I looked at the pectines and I think it's a male. He's a WC, so I almost didn't buy him, but I figured I might as well since emperors are hard to find now. After I got him I noticed that his right mandible is kinda swollen, but it doesn't seem to be bothering him because he acts normal and I just gave him 2 mealworms and he's chewing one just fine as I type this, so I don't think it's anything to worry about. This is my second scorpion, my other one is a flat rock (he's the one currently in my avatar).
That picture was really hard to get because I had just put him in his new tank and he wouldn't hold still. He wanted to climb up the side and explore.
Nice, I love the emperors, they just look so menacing. I also just recently went to a show looking for some new ones last Saturday. There was a super shady guy there who actually tried to sell me 2 of them for a hundred dollars each. He said he just came down from 500 and sold out of all those. I just started laughing and walked off. I did manage to pick up a nice flat rock from a guy on behalf of S & S Exotics. Never had any dealings but scorpion looks nice, big and healthy as well as some asian forests.
Hottentotta flavidulus (Sling)
Leiurus haenggii, Deathstalker Scorpion (Sling)
Leiurus jordanensis, Jordanian/Black Deathstalker Scorpion (Sling)
Centruroides gracilis, Florida Bark Scorpion
Centruroides sculpturatus, Arizona Bark Scorpion
Paravaejovis spinigerus, Strip Tailed Scorpion