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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.
0.1 Grosphus grandidieri, 6i (Freshly molted)
0.0.1 Buthus draa, 4i
0.0.2 Centruroides gracilis sharing a meal
0.1 Hottentotta hottentotta, 6i
Androctonus cf. amoreuxi, (AM 2 Clade), (Morocco-Boudnib)
Androctonus australis australis, (Tunisia)
@darkness975 One of your Emps, I've nicknamed Spunky lol
Leiurus haenggii 4i (finally molted for me)
My babies are looking great !
And so jealous you have Leiurus spp.
my first Hadogenes troglodytes
Caught my first two scorpions of the year. Two Desert Hairy off of a old mining road.
Bittersweet moment for me. I finally saw babies in my small C. sculpturatus communal. However I wasn't offering enough food like I thought. The female was eating a few of the scorplings I have since increased the amount of food offered from 12 small crickets up to 20 small and 5 medium per week. I am hoping this will help keep the cannibalism from happening again. Honestly gutted over the 3 babies I saw her eating. But here is a photo anyway...
Here are some of my C.gracilis pictures:
Hi, could somebody identify a scorpion I found under a brick in my garden?
I'm not one to drop scientific names but it looks like a Giant Hairy Scorpion. What a beaut!
looks to be a parabuthus sp.
Female H. Troglodytes I'm guessing 4th or 5th instar.
2 of my Buthus draa molted to 5i yesterday. They are still real small though. Hmmm
. Here's a pic of my flatrock I've had for 5 years about at first I was thinking it was a female but now in questioning my self . Hasn't molted in 5 years so I assume it's full grown any help?