scorpion

  1. Cercophonius squama

    Cercophonius squama

    Adult female forest, or wood, scorpion (Cercophonius squama) from the Southern Highlands of NSW, Australia. Pictured after separating from offspring.
  2. Isometroides vescus

    Isometroides vescus

    My youngest son is away on his first high school camp. In the meantime this is one of a couple of beauties to arrive and take up residence in his room. Spider hunting scorpion (Isometroides vescus). Now this one's packing a telson.
  3. Australobuthus xerolimniorum

    Australobuthus xerolimniorum

    Another scorpion for my youngest son. He will be excited when he returns from camp. Hopefully he'll be excited there too. Salt lake scorpion (Australobuthus xerolimniorum).
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    H. Petersii sling so itty-bitty and cute <3
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    20200129_133409.jpg

    H. Petersii sling so itty-bitty and cute <3
  6. Sexing emperor scorpion

    Sexing emperor scorpion

    I'm thinking female, can you guys confirm?
  7. Cupcake

    Cupcake

    This is Cupcake, my giant desert hairy next to a us quarter. I found her on 7/29/19. Can anyone tell me if she is full grown?
  8. Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar other pic

    Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar other pic

  9. Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar feeding

    Androctonus crassicauda 3rd instar feeding

    Chunky little thing moved around so much hard time getting the camera to focus
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Androctonus crassicauda scorpling molted today after 2 weeks of standing still!

    Androctonus crassicauda scorpling molted today after 2 weeks of standing still!

    Purchased as a 1/2" from TarantulaCanada shoutouts to Amanda and Martin and The Spiderman on YouTube - wonderful people answered the million questions I had about raising a desert species in captivity!
  13. Pandinus imperator Adult Male

    Pandinus imperator Adult Male

    Hungry little dude.
  14. This diva refuses to hide

    This diva refuses to hide

    1/2" Baby Androctonus crassicauda loves to climb on the cork bark
  15. 1/2" baby Androctonus crassicauda enclosure and scorpling on right-most cork bark

    1/2" baby Androctonus crassicauda enclosure and scorpling on right-most cork bark

    What a little chunkybuns, this little scorpling loves climbing atop the cork bark and posing, I tried to give him/her as many hides as possible and it enjoys patrolling the sand dunes. Shoutouts to Amanda and Martin @TarantulaCanada for educating me on care and answering all my questions!
  16. L. quinquestriatus 5i

    L. quinquestriatus 5i

    Freshly molted
  17. L. quinquestriatus 5i

    L. quinquestriatus 5i

    Freshly molted
  18. L. quinquestriatus 5i

    L. quinquestriatus 5i

    Freshly molted
  19. P. villosus "Oranje morph" 2i scorplings w/ 8i mother

    P. villosus "Oranje morph" 2i scorplings w/ 8i mother

  20. Asian Forest Scorpion Enclosure

    Asian Forest Scorpion Enclosure

    My friend just dropped this down for the Scorp I picked up yesterday, I'm so grateful as it's a beautiful enclosure, even has build in LED and Blue lights! Also, this is my first scorpion so any feedback on the enclosure is welcome! I'll be getting a new background, rocks and more foliage soon x
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