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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by Ythier, Jan 27, 2005.
:drool: If only I had something to clean this drool up with LOL
this should help:
SISSOM W.D. & W. LOURENCO (1987): The genus Centruroides in South America (Scorpiones, Buthidae) - Journal of Arachnology 15: 11-28
It´s possibly downloadable for free at the Journal´s homepage.
Indeed it is:
mm... the keys are corrects and easy to get a nd follow... but.....now i'm interested to get a distribution map for the species... and if it is for colombia better...
.... thanks ...
sorry about my bad english---
I think this should be a sticky thread!Does anyone else think so.(this is one of my FAV. threads)
o.k., I know...I know...I can't i.d. visually...but the little guy just molted and from other pics it looks like C. nigrimanus, not the C. margaritatus I though it was...what do you think?
and here's a pic of my C. exilicauda male, the female was hiding and wouldn't come out...
and last one is my little c. exilicauda gertschi scorpling...
Neeeeh don't think it's nigrimanus (blackhand) Those margaritatus are quite polymorph....
i was told that this was a bark scorpion but i'm not sure what kind. i bought two of these from the same shop that i purchased my c. gracilis a while ago. before i got there i thought i would be getting the same sp. but they're obviously not. can somebody tell me what kind this is?
i'm thinking it's c. vittatus. yeah, i'm pretty sure. ignore this, my apalogy
imdont think thats a C. Vittatus
you don't think so, but do you know what kind it is, That Guy?
if it is a bark scorpion, the only thing I can think of is C. Hentzi. The tail isnt in the picture, but does it have a subnacular(sp?) on its telson? it looks like a small second sting. That might give an indication.
if its not (which is also possible I'm sure), it could be a Vaejovid (sp?) Someone with a better knowledge could possibly narrow it down to a family group. Some more detailed pics of the tail and such might help, some macro shots.
But I dont think its a Vittatus, it seems too dark, and there is no indication of the triangular mask.
Otherwise, I don't have a clue good luck though. I'm sure it'll bring you hours of joy regardless.
yeah, a full picture would help
my first thought yesterday was that it was a Vaejovid...
i appreciate it. the digi. cam i have isn't all that great. i gotta find the lil guys now, they're hidden well.
i hope you cats can help me with these photos. my bad they come out so dark and not too detailed...
my piggie C. exilicauda gertschi (3rd instar?), one of my 2 new C. gracilis 3rd instar (Central America local), and my other piggie piggie C. margaritatus 3rd instar...
have they been collected in the States? If so, it should be C. hentzi, I guess.
I also believe it to be C hentzi.
I just wanted to put a post on this thread to bring it back up so the newer people that have not read it can...I think this is one of the best threads on here and it should keep going on..Enjoy newbies.
those are hentzi i am %2000000% sure
even with a bad pic.