New scorps, H. fulvipes

Alakdan

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These just came in a couple of days ago. I was told the female was successfully mate some months ago. I got worried because they were in transit for 3 weeks before I got them. I'm so happy I bought them and that they are all in excellent condition. Thanks George!

Male


Female
 

beetleman

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very nice! ive got a pair for awhile now,mine are way too aggressive to put together yet to breed,have to wait and have patience on mine.
 

Alakdan

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beetleman,

Surprisingly I was able to handle them right away.
I keep them separated. I guess you will have to be on guard when you mate them just to be on the safe side. Good luck!
 

beetleman

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thanks! i'll have to watch them like a hawk when i do introduce them:D
 

Steffen

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I'm keeping mine together without problems. Great scorpions. :)
 

Alakdan

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Selenops

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I love the Heterometrus genus more than ever these days.

And this is one example why.

Curious, have these ever been sold in the US trade?

Don't recall seeing them.

Congrats Alakdan! NICE!
 

Zman16

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Beautiful scorpions! :clap:

Those are cool, the yellow legs.
 
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