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Diggy415

Arachnoknight
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Jun 11, 2007
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Went to the desert around here and went hunting, was a while before i found anything, but it was worth it in the end. I live in Nrthn Calif and traveled 22mi for these.


 

Alakdan

Arachnoangel
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Jan 24, 2006
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Great find! Looks like a vaejovis sp.

I remember the first time I found my first wild caught scorp. I was so overwhelmed with joy.
 

EAD063

Arachnoprince
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Anuroctonus maybe?

good find... :)
I agree, the obscure telson is what differentiates it from vaejovis in my opinion*. But the entire family has those nice red tipped 'plaps as I always love to point out which is the typical way to differentiate them from other US species such as centruroides and so on. Well done and great perserverance hope they are enjoyable to keep!
 
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Mark Newton

Arachnobaron
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Mar 9, 2007
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Looks a lot like our Aussie Urodacus and looks very gravid too!!! Good luck.
 

MEXICOYA415

Arachnobaron
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Mar 23, 2006
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Where exactly in N. California did you catch these? I ask because I would like to find some myself. THX

-Jorge
 
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