I was going to say that it's probably not an adult yet because the chela isn't that bulbous compare to adult A.crassicauda. It looks like it has 1 more molt togo.Hi,
thats right, this scorp look like A. crassicauda to me but maybe it isn't aduld ?
so how big it is? Maybe is fet becouse is going to molt?
ps can you submit photo of metasoma litle bit biger and more detiled?
Walnut is the worst organic substrate in the world, will readily mold like nothing else if it touches water or moisture... well, kinda like a rotten walnut.well the A.crassicauda thing aside.. if that is walnut (which I think it is) you probably dont wanna have it in there.. I suppose it wont be getting too wet but still.. its just not a good substrate from what I hear
Are you using one of those interlocking sand? I used it before and it made my desert scorps really really dusty.Sup guys ..
Here's what i think it is my Poss Gravid A. bicolor
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Can you guys tell if its gravid? Cus i don't think sh'es gonna molt i think she's an adult already.
Or is it just a fat male?
Help me out.
P.s. Sorry for using your thread Bro, But i though since we are talking about poss gravid Andros
I am in agreement with Quiz, that is not bicolor, it is crassicauda. Interesting because I remember another member on the boards purchasing a "bicolor" from krazy8's that turned out to be crassicauda. And Triscordia, could you get a picture showing the approx size of your bicolor, it looks small in that picture but I'm not sure if I just don't have any good perspective or not.bro...that's an A.crassicauda.
No its just gray sand that i picked up by a river... dry it out and put it in my tank.Are you using one of those interlocking sand? I used it before and it made my desert scorps really really dusty.
Thanks for the advise i'll do as you say.....Cus i love to see a big black Andro in white sand.Pick up "playsand" at your local Home Depot or Lowes or similar outlet.
Playsand has no dust at least the brand I buy at Home Depot doesn't.
Thanks bro i think the same way. I'm already dreaming about THE DAY.Thiscordia I would deffently say your A.bicolor is gravid you can see her embryos good luck thanks.