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list of parthenogenic scorpions?

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by adontoridas, Nov 6, 2008.

  1. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

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    I'll try submitting our claims to the scientists here and hopefully they can make a study about it so that we have proof. But it will take a while, LQD here is not real? then, what type of sp are we taking care? i know old keepers here got it from imports
     
  2. brandontmyers

    brandontmyers Arachnoangel Old Timer

    No idea what the 'LQD' is as I am not sure on the locality but probably just a plain ol' LQ. But that is the big problem with the Filipino scorpion trade. Someone gets something in, claims it as something else, makes money, now everyone is making the claim.
     
  3. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

    I'll send a picture of our LQD later here, and you decide wether it's an lqd or not. . .
     
  4. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

    Here it is
     

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  5. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

    And here he is after i transfered him to a new enclosure. . . this is not LQD? if not, can you id what it is. . thanks
     

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  6. callum b

    callum b Arachnosquire Old Timer

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    This thread is going a bit off topic.....but in regards to Leiurus quinquestriatus deserti, it doesn't exist. L. quinquestriatus does, but there is no deserti subspecies. Here is a recent paper detailing the current known species http://www.science.marshall.edu/fet/euscorpius/p2014_191.pdf.

    As to what species of Leiurus you have, you will need to find out where it was collected to be able to make an accurate ID.
     
  7. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

    Im sorry, and thank you for your reply. . . i just brought this out because i just replied to the guy who mentioned about LQF, thanks!
     
  8. Pipa

    Pipa Arachnoknight

    Interesting thread
     
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  9. Tleilaxu

    Tleilaxu Arachnoprince Old Timer

    Isn't Paravaejovis spinigerus parthenogenetic? I recall reading something that said they were.
     
  10. Can I comment here? In Philippines Heterometrus Longimanus too. 7-8instar will pop. tnx
     
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  11. Of course you can comment here lol. Somebody already mentioned H.longimanus. There is a newer thread concerning this topic already by the way. To add to this thread Lychas tricarinatus is also parthenogenetic.
     
  12. RTTB

    RTTB Arachnoprince

    I believe in science,lab testing,DNA testing,and published results with scorpion ID.I think sometimes we just hope and try to will something to be true.
     
  13. Pielinobius

    Pielinobius Arachnopeon

    Parabuthus Liosoma is also parthenogenetic.
     
  14. SonsofArachne

    SonsofArachne Arachnoangel Active Member

    Finally, a old thread that should be resurrected.
     
  15. brandontmyers

    brandontmyers Arachnoangel Old Timer

    There is no scientific proof of this. It is not impossible, but claims from the Philippines of many different scorpions species being parthenogentic are common. Not once has anything been proved.
     
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  16. Abhorsen

    Abhorsen Arachnoknight

    I for one can attest to this claim about H. Longimanus being Parthenogenic, since almost all of us here have experienced it. As well as P. Liosoma, but since we are not scientist then our claims dontd matter Just sharing
     
  17. Major 78

    Major 78 Arachnosquire

    What is the least dangerous Parthenogenic Scorp? And how bad is it's sting?
     
  18. BobBarley

    BobBarley Arachnoprince

    Prob Liocheles australasiae. I've never heard of a sting from one, dunno if they can even pierce skin. However, people say it should be close to that of a mosquito bite haha.
     
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