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Michiel

Arachnoking
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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.

Hi,

On top of that: I told the guy that sold you that "Rhopalurus species" that it was a Centruroides species, before he sold it to you as "Rhopalurus species".
I also explained to him, why I could easily see that it wasn't a Rhopalurus.
There is a but. The large females of C.nitidus do not look like females at all (in general), they have short, stocky metasomal segments and "bulky chela", so when I first unpacked these, I was also surprised, because I had never seen that type of sexual dimorphism in Centruroides.

Enough about that. C.bani is similar to C.nitidus, but is not in the EU hobby circuit yet I think.
 

Anubis77

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One pic to rule them all!
Completely awesome picture.

Hadrurus arizonensis


A series:














If you couldn't tell what happened, neither of the two who were fighting for the cricket got to eat it. The little male stole it.
 

H. laoticus

Arachnoprince
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Some pretty ridiculous shots so far :clap:
Nice sequence, Anubis, and funny ending too.

 
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