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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by DubiaW, Sep 13, 2017.
0.0.1 Pseudouroctonus apacheanus Chiricahua Mts. AZ. USA.
0.0.1 Centruroides sculpturatus "gertschi phase" Patagonia Mts AZ. USA.
0.0.1 Vaejovis cashi Chiricahua Mts AZ. USA. (Adult on a Bic pen).
Vaejovis cf vorhiesi (undergoing possible revision) Patagonia Mts AZ. USA.
0.0.2 Hoffmannius spinigerus Patagonia Mts AZ. USA (Variations from the same area).
0.0.2 Diplocentrus spitzeri Atascosa Mts AZ. USA.
0.0.1 Diplocentrus spitzeri Patagonia Mts AZ. USA. (light phase)
Such beautiful scorpions.
Agree with RTTB, but Diplocentrus spitzeri is especially nice. I researched just now, I think it would be a fine scorpion for me .
They are my favorite too. I also like Vaejovis cashi because it is so ridiculously small. Pseudouroctonus apacheanus is also a really cool species.
Those are beautiful and awesome pics also I especially like the P. apacheanus and the D. Spitzeri ! Love those lil colorful scorps
Some super scorpions in that neck of the woods.
Beautiful scorpions and some of my favorites..
Hoffmannius spinigerus (low desert light phase)
Haffmannius spinigerus (dark phase, deep median furrows-mutation, Chiricahua)
Cetruroides sculpturatus (low Sonora Desert-yellow phase)
Im liking that Sculpturatus. To me there just gorgeous specimens. Theres no other Centruroides quite like them. Well i guess C.exilicauda is close but ive never seen one in person
I'm having trouble identifying this one. It looks like Smeringurus mesaensis to me but maybe someone could help with the ID.
Unidentified, East slope of Mt. Lemon 6000 ft.
Can you get a picture of the telson on the first one?
The second one looks like a Paravaejovis sp from the metasoma.