aussie sp of scorp

Nathan1234

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some pics of a C. Squama that i found
a small scorp, but a cool one :)







cheers
Nathan
 

neubii18

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that's wacked out!that may be the coolest species i've seen.are these in the U.S. hobby?
 

Michiel

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they remind me of lobster for some reason :drool:

That because the crustacea are also Arthropods and related to scorpions. One BIG difference is that in scorpions the lower finger of the chela (claw) is moveable and in lobsters, crabs etc, the upper finger of the chela is moveable.
 

NevularScorpion

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That because the crustacea are also Arthropods and related to scorpions. One BIG difference is that in scorpions the lower finger of the chela (claw) is moveable and in lobsters, crabs etc, the upper finger of the chela is moveable.

good observation :) learned another scorpion trivia today :D
 
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