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Venom level

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by SandKing, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. SandKing

    SandKing Arachnosquire

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    can u please id the venom lvl of these scorps for me.coz i wanna know before i purchase.thnx

    H.R.junceus
    L.mucronatus
    L.infuscatus
    C.bicolor
    P.trans
    L.waigiensis
     
    Last edited: Jul 26, 2010
  2. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking Old Timer

    The Liocheles species have a mild venom, which does not produce more then "bee sting symptoms" in healthy humans. The Lychas and Rhopalurus (Btw, it is R.junceus, not H.R.junceus) species are moderately venomous, producing sharp pains, possible swelling and pins & needles sensations in the affected limbs. I have no clue about C.bicolor, but I suspect it is medium to highly venomous and P.transvaalicus is highly venomous, and the venom may cause cardiovascular problems.

    The last two are the most dangerous of your list.
     
  3. gromgrom

    gromgrom Arachnoprince

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    no clue what the L's are. If theyre US scorpions, 1 out of 5, if theyre Leiruis, 5 out of 5.

    C. bicolor... 3-4/5.
    P. trans, depending on size, 1-5/5, wear goggles.
    R. junceus 3-4/5.

    i dont know much of these species, but this is me repeating what i've heard
     
  4. Quixtar

    Quixtar Arachnobaron Old Timer

    Rhopalurus junceus - 2/5
    Lychas mucronatus - 2/5
    Lychas infuscatus - 2/5
    Centruroides bicolor - 3/5
    Parabuthus transvaalicus - 4/5
    Liocheles waigiensis - 1/5
     
  5. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking Old Timer

    L= Lychas, in this case, not American, but Asian scorpions.
     
  6. SandKing

    SandKing Arachnosquire

    thnx guys...it helps alot