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  1. 3rd instar Androctonus crassicauda behaviour to ambush prey

    3rd instar Androctonus crassicauda behaviour to ambush prey

    Really neat behaviour sticking their claws out and waiting for something to pass by
  2. Androctonus crassicauda money-shot

    Androctonus crassicauda money-shot

    3rd instar finally got a decent pick the thing is very active and molted a week and a half ago 1.5” body-length
  3. I. maculatus pair

    I. maculatus pair

    Wild caught I. maculatus pair.
  4. T. stigmurus 2i

    T. stigmurus 2i

  5. H. garridoi 2i

    H. garridoi 2i

  6. T. stigmurus 3i

    T. stigmurus 3i

  7. I. maculatus 5i Male

    I. maculatus 5i Male

  8. H. garridoi 6i Male

    H. garridoi 6i Male

  9. Centruroides vittatus communal

    Centruroides vittatus communal

    Congregation of a few of my vits on a piece of oak wood in a communal enclosure. Sorry for the fuzzy image.
  10. Centruroides vittatus

    Centruroides vittatus

    One of my C. Vittatus that I caught wild at Lake Thunderbird, OK. I know have a colony of 11 started.
  11. P. Regalis

    P. Regalis

    2 3/4 inch P. Regalis
  12. P. Regalis

    P. Regalis

    2 3/4 inch P. Regalis
  13. Centruroides sculpturatus

    Centruroides sculpturatus

    Az bark scorpion
  14. New Scorps!

    New Scorps!

    My new desert dwellers!
  15. New Scorps!

    New Scorps!

    My new desert dwellers!
  16. Striped bark

    Striped bark

    I think the little guy bit of more than he can chew!
  17. Centruroides Vittatus

    Centruroides Vittatus

    Texas Brown Scorpions
  18. Centruroides Vittatus

    Centruroides Vittatus

    Texas Brown Scorpions
  19. Centruroides Vittatus

    Centruroides Vittatus

    Texas Brown Scorpions
  20. Centruroides VIttatus

    Centruroides VIttatus

    Some of my Texas brown eating back when I had a blacklight.
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