Captive born H. troglodytes

Galapoheros

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I forgot when this brood was born, I’m thinking it was around 2008. Some have matured recently, kind of hard for me to tell when the females are mature but they seem to get a strong triangular shape to them when they are mature, prob easy to check underneath but I just never have looked. Nice and healthy though, just thought I’d post some pics since they are CBs and a long road to maturity.





 

JoshBC

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Man those are weird looking lol. I can't believe how small their tails are. Just looks so out of proportion to me. I do like the colour though.
 

BobBarley

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Awesome! When are you going to start making your inverts available? You seem to have lots of cool species.
 

Galapoheros

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Yip they are strange, the reason I like them. Don't know when I will sell anything again. The mother was huge, as big as a big imperator.
 

Staehilomyces

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Aren't these considered to be some of the biggest scorps in the world (or at least the longest)?
 

Hisserdude

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Amazing, love this species! Hope you are able to get another generation out of them! :)
 

Pipa

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One of my favorite species of all times... hang on to these.. a few importers say no more coming into the country USA.
 

Galapoheros

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I've seen some pretty big paucidens but trogs prob get a little bigger I general. Yeah Pipa, I heard the same thing, probably from the same source.
 

Anthony Jensen

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Sweet! Such a cool species. I need to track down some if they really aren't going to be brought in anymore. Haven't seen any CB in awhile either. Thanks for sharing.
 
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