Damon variegatus

Michiel

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Excellent shots!! :clap:

NB. Are you sure they are D.variegatus, because most of those are sold under that name, are actually D.diadema.
 

TiogaWhiteTiger

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Thanks gentlemen!

He sold it to me as D.variegatus ... Since the seller of the Czech Republic.

I do not know them so as to determine whether this species.
 

Athelas

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Beautiful photos!

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ZergFront

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Wow, I didn't know they could look like that when they're young. It's a pretty guy.
 

Deroplatys

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Really like your photo's, they have a great dark tone to them which matches the whip scorpion perfectly :D
 

Michiel

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My next camera will have a macrolense, if I have to eat one of my socks after a full day of work.......amazing sharp and detailed pics.....
 

Trogdora

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Gorgeous animal and very impressive photography. I really enjoyed the pictures.
 
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