Didn't even have to click the thumbs, that has to be longimanus.. Just think, longimanus-long chela. Don't just rely on one person though, wait for a few others to confirm this. But definently appears to be.
i still beginner and it is my first scorp..
before this i never have any scorp..
before this only have persian cat..:razz:
i also not know how to compare this scorp with others..
but it is more to Heterometrus longimanus?
Once question for you fanatic while I am here, do you know of any abnormalties breeding say H longimanus and one of the sub species, Ie, longimanus boreenisis? I've always wondered that, although I don't own that species, I've always wondered what difficulties these sub-species cause in the common hobbyiest breeding attempts.
Like a broken record, I would agree with the general note of other posters, Heterometrus longimanus.
But what you might want to consider is some improvements to its habitat. The substrate is the first area, I would change out the sandy gravel for some sort of soil, with some depth to it 10cm (I have 5 Heterometrus spp and they love to burrow) The moisture looks good. The water dish is okay but more volume/bigger deeper would be better. Are there any place for him to hide? if not anything that it's able to crawl under would be appreciated by him.
Those are just some recommendations. GL on finding him a her.