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C. celebensis 6i-7i

Wild caught specimen.

C. celebensis 6i-7i
Arachnotroik, Mar 19, 2019
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    • RezonantVoid
      Really cool scorpion! This looks like a fusion between 2 native Aussie genus, Luchas and Urodacus. I kid you not, check them both on google
    • RezonantVoid
      Lychas* sorry for the misspelling
    • Arachnotroik
      @RezonantVoid Yeah, i once have some of those Lychas sp, i think it's Lychas marmoreus? The body does looks the same with the Urodacus sps. But this guys are small, i mean freaking small. They're not even an inch.
    • RezonantVoid
      @Arachnotroik U.Manicatus is about the same size, it's like Manicatus with L.Marmoreus patterns. Are these ones scrape dwellers or do they just hide under bark and leaves?
    • Arachnotroik
      @RezonantVoid In my country, and other southeast asian countries, they can be caught in the wild. They are usually seen inside dead tree trunks. So, i think we can say that they are scrape dwellers.
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