Hottentotta hottentotta
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Hottentotta hottentotta

H. hottentotta
Okay, I need to get some scorpions on the basis of their scientific names alone. These are great!

Also, amazing pictures mate. You've got quite the skill and collection.
 
thank you very much! I really appreciate that.
p.s. even though some of their names are amazingly cool, they can be amazingly venomous and notoriously fiesty! haha. keep that in mind when making a selection.
 
Yeah, I've got several pretty nasty tarantulas. At least I don't have to worry about a scorpion climbing glass! Although I've heard some can jump... not sure on the validity of that.

I very much plan on getting a Babycurus gigas in the future, but the ones I've seen are a bit pricey. I think you actually posted a picture of one not long ago.
 
yes I did post a picture a while back. just about all of the pictures I posted in the last hour or so are re-post pictures. I just erased the old ones and added these with a watermark copyright.
 
Very nice. I have one coming in about two weeks. Them being parthenogenetic is a bit daunting.
 
@shining Wait, wait, wait... some scorpions exhibit parthenogenesis?! This is amazing! I seriously need to frequent the scorpion subforum more often.
 
ive got a handful of them and a few are getting pretty big!! watch the classifieds if you need some!! :)

without doing a lot of research, I wanna say there are something like 10 species that are parthenogenic. Hottentotta hottentotta being one of them.
 

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