Dwarf Scorp list

NevularScorpion

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Hello, I was just wondering if anyone know some dwarf scorps that I can google. so far the only dwarf scorps that I know are

Orthochirus sp., Chaerilus sp., Heteronebo portoricensis, Liocheles australasiae

please add more to this thread if you know some that are not listed yet. Also, posting pics will be great so everyone can see what they look like. thanks :)
 

Nomadinexile

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Vaejovis waueri
Vaejovis coahuilae

There's another from Mexico that I can find right now...
 

G. Carnell

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Some old pics of "dwarf scorpions" :D


Pseudouroctonus apacheanus: (not sure if thats still the current name)




Some Chaerilus rectimanus (singapore)



 

Nomadinexile

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Typhlochactas mitchelli is an eyeless species from Mexico which adults only reach 9 mm total length! :eek:
 

Avery

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Iomachus politus are pretty tiny, and communal! Cool scorpions.
 

Gnat

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Vaejovis carolinianus, small species from the american southeast
 

Michiel

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some "new" Tityus species that became available this year:

Tityus tamayoi
Tityus bastosi
Tityus ocelote

All are round 3-3,5 cm when adult. I need to pick the smallest crickets weekly out of my size 3 crickets (a bit bigger then microcrickets) to feed the tiny young:D

@ G.Carnell: Do you happen to know some one who has C.rectimanus males for sale? I have three lonely females here :)
 

NevularScorpion

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some "new" Tityus species that became available this year:

Tityus tamayoi
Tityus bastosi
Tityus ocelote

All are round 3-3,5 cm when adult. I need to pick the smallest crickets weekly out of my size 3 crickets (a bit bigger then microcrickets) to feed the tiny young:D

@ G.Carnell: Do you happen to know some one who has C.rectimanus males for sale? I have three lonely females here :)
Cool, I like the coloring of T tamayoi :)
 

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NevularScorpion

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Thanks for sharing your pics and showing some links :) the V waueri is a killa :drool:
 
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