C.bicolor

snappleWhiteTea

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i thought i saw a.bicolor when i wrote the first thing i posted..im retarded.
 
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Nomadinexile

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I do not know for sure. There are so few of them around that I don't know. My GUESS is yes, but that is just a guess. Maybe someone else KNOWS?
 

Nomadinexile

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seeing as how these are so rare,....

If you have enough for a communal setup, you want to post some pictures por favor? :D

No really, there are not even that many pictures available online. I think I've found two. Come on, hook us up. :)

Btw, thanks for the confirmation aztec.
 

deathwing

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yeah, they seems to be rare... if i have those specimens i would not risk them to a communual set-up. i would go for pair per enclosure.
 

SandKing

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emm they are sting sling though.lol about 3i.so im shy to post it here.lol
 

ralliart

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Based on experience, All Centruroides specie can be kept in a communal setup when they are subadults to adults. Provided that you have enough space, hides & vertical barks.
 

BeakerTheMighty

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Out of curiousity, is anyone aware of any confirmed C. bicolor (a.k.a. not just questionably IDed C. margaritatus) in the U.S. at the moment? I know that none seem to be available ever but I was wondering if anyone had gotten them ever/managed to maintain and breed them. Congrats on getting some SandKing. They are definitely one on many scorpion keepers wish-lists.
 

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sorry for the image quality there are 4 of them in 2 barks coz i use my fone
i will post the more quality pic if i have time
 

RyoKenzaki

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I might be wrong but they looks like Centruroides Margaritatus instead
If im not mistaken, c. bicolor have dark chela
Anyone correct me if im wrong
 

Nomadinexile

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I might be wrong but they looks like Centruroides Margaritatus instead
If im not mistaken, c. bicolor have dark chela
Anyone correct me if im wrong
I think you are right. The magical C. margaritatus strikes again! One of these days...
 

SandKing

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yeah.im just confuse bcoz i have another c.bicolor but they dont look the same..
here they are..
 

RyoKenzaki

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If im not mistaken what you have there is a centruroides margaritatus. Bicolor grow significantly larger than margaritatus, how big is your specimen?
 

SandKing

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If im not mistaken what you have there is a centruroides margaritatus. Bicolor grow significantly larger than margaritatus, how big is your specimen?
which 1?the 1st post or the 2nd? if ur refering 2 the 2nd its aprox 3.5-4inches in length
 

telow

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c.bicolor are not realy seen often 99.9% of the time people have c.marg
bicolor form it looks semi similar but its not the real c.bicolor ive only seen real ones 1 time and could not get them they were (nfs):mad: but yours look
like c.marg to me they are realy nice
 
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