Favorite feeding Pictures

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Arachnobaron
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They're so cute! How big do they get? Looking forward to posting my own pictures when I get some scorpions. I have 6 Centruroides vittatus scorplings on the way now.
 

skinheaddave

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Damn it, damn it, damn it. I have a picture of a P.transvaalicus where the sting went in side and out the other of a superworm. I can't seem to find it in my archives, though. I really need to sort out my old pictures.

Cheers,
Dave
 

telow

Arachnobaron
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S donensis 2i :clap: there so tiny i think they are smalles than c.celebensis haha wow
 

AzJohn

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Hello, adult donensis top out at about an inch. I've seen seen a few mature individuals that were smaller. One female was closer to a half inch and had babies on her back.
 

telow

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Hello, adult donensis top out at about an inch. I've seen seen a few mature individuals that were smaller. One female was closer to a half inch and had babies on her back.
hahaha man thats small i remember having 1 pop out in 2000
they were realy tiny hahaha but they are cool
 

Canth

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Took me a while to find this pic.

If I only I had waited one more millisecond ha
 
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telow

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why so many centruroides ???????????????????
they are the BEST ;P

is that a c. bani i see in that top pic ??? hmmm?
 

AzJohn

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why so many centruroides ???????????????????
they are the BEST ;P

is that a c. bani i see in that top pic ??? hmmm?
I think nitidus. I purchased them as some obscure Rhopalurus species. I was told by some of the more knowledable hobbiest here that it was more than likely C nitidus. When i got them I knew the species could be wrong. I figured what ever it was it would be uncommon here.
 

telow

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centruroides nitidus well that is a good $ shot
after looking at it again i thinking nitidus too
lucky duck

well you could always send them to me since they are not the obscure rhopalurus sp you wanted:cool:
 

psychofox

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A couple of my personal favorites...


Parabuthus villosus


Parabuthus raudus
 
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