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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by thumpersalley, Aug 16, 2009.
P.militaris is in fact P.cavimanus.
believe me, the classes are not hard at all. I never even studied when I was in them and they were easy as heck. Did the same in high school w/ honors/AP classes too. They are definitely different from regular classes, but it's nothing to boast about either.
Btw, sweet looking scorpions!
no malice intended.
BTW juvenile U. olivaceus are pretty colorfull little buggers, so are adult U planimanus
Wooooooooow! Love the patterns.
My Ophistothalmus walberghi is the most colorful one I have. I hope to get more species though.
What IS that!? Looks like hot magma.
Its a Ophistothalmus walberghi. A African Tri-Color Scorpion.
Are you sure about that? The Scorpionidae family is not my area of interest, but to me that one looks like a Scorpio maurus.
I just looked it up. You're right. I made a bad mistake and stand corrected. :8o