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RezonantVoid

Accidental Bycatch

Sold as U.Elongatus at an inexperienced petshop I have come to realise this is not what they say. It's a female and is much larger than my previous adult male Elongatus, much darker and never stings prey. Noteably more docile too. I believe it to be U.Centralis which is illegal to collect and sell

Accidental Bycatch
RezonantVoid, Aug 20, 2018
    • RezonantVoid
      This is due to unknown wild population numbers. But I am 90% certain this is not U.Elongatus. the photo does not do justice to how huge this monster is. Claws are longer than my thumb width
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  • Category:
    Urodacidae
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    RezonantVoid
    Date:
    Aug 20, 2018
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    Date / Time:
    2018:08:18 18:24:58
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