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RezonantVoid

U.Excellens AF

Rescued from a petshop that was keeping it terribly. It's huge size, way bigger than U.Elongatus means it's either U.Excellens, U.Centralis or an unidentified species. I'm presuming it's an Excellens that was bycaught while looking for U.Elongatus

U.Excellens AF
RezonantVoid, Mar 8, 2019
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    • Noah Blades
      Nice shot. Good save from the one place you would expect should know how to care for animals but some how again and again does not.
    • RezonantVoid
      @Noah Blades
      They assumed it being an arid zone species was a legitimate reason to keep on 4mm of dry sand in a container not twice as long as the scorpion. It's 146mm claws to stinger, so a 20cm container should only be temporary not for months on end as they'd claimed they'd had it
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