are they male or female

EAD063

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No. LOL

What species? Maybe there is a dimorphism and you can figure it out yourself with some expert advise.
 

pinchythescorp

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i don't think any one will be able to help you but the pictures might be clearer if you make them smaller
 

animalsrawsome

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ok, they are emperor scorps, and the camera i got stinks, i will try to get better pics, the flash would not go off, sry,
 

pandinus

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not even close. put them on a scanner, that works well for sexing emps.
 

animalsrawsome

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ok, if i put them on the scanner then i scan them and put them on here, ok, i cannot do it tonight but i will do it tomorrow
 

Alakdan

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Or you can put it on a clear deli-cup. To shoot a clear picture, don't use flash, use an external light source like a desk lamp. Also don't forget to use the macro function. That's the flower icon on your camera.
 

EAD063

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and if you insist on the flash (no alternate lighting avialable), press the button on the camera that looks like a lightning bolt, that enables flash in pictures that usually require back lighting.

Ed
 

animalsrawsome

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ok, i'll try it, but my camer is like really weird and does not take very good pictures from close range, i'll try to get it asap
 

Michiel

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you are right, these pictures are virtually worthless.........try to make new ones......
 
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