Thanks, is it normal for them to have almost no hairs on it? Also is this an adult or does it have another molt or two to go?Search up Hadrurus arizonensis pallidus . I think that is what you have there. But I have yet to search up the normal Hadrurus pallidus so it may be the first or the second. Nice scorpion btw. (And yes it looks like a Desert hairy to me)
Yah from tip to tip it's about 4inNot sure. For my Hadrurus arizonensis, the hairs are tan colored so yeah. I just got my desert hairy in December and there really isn't much info on scorpions regarding size/molts. Not even sure mine is an adult and mine is pretty big. Have you measured yours? Maybe someone else can help you better than I
That is a pretty rough looking Scorpion if you ask me. I am not so sure it is a Hadrurus spp. The overall body structure and the shape/look of the telson where the stinger is seems different than Hadrurus spp. Also, like you said, there does not appear to be as much setae on it as there should be. Can you post a few more pictures from different angles?