Scolopendra ID in California

Frogparty

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Well, I at least told you SE San Diego and a popular hiking trail.

As with fishing or mushroom hunting or reptile collecting, be grateful for ANY hints as to someone's stomping grounds
 

Stugy

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Well, I at least told you SE San Diego and a popular hiking trail.

As with fishing or mushroom hunting or reptile collecting, be grateful for ANY hints as to someone's stomping grounds
Lol my only plan when it comes to collecting is 1. Collect native scorpions 2. Breed the scorpions 3. Sell a few and release most back to where I found the parents (and keep a few to breed again). I practically don't care if I see a tarantula or anything. All about the scorpions for me :D
 

Smokehound714

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Thanks- like I said, I was fairly certain, but I'd not ever seen the blue phase in this location
You can see those anywhere, red, yellow, green, blue, purple, white and bandless. Many people seem to think the blue morphs are confined to the deserts for some reason
 

Smokehound714

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Frogparty

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You know, I have NEVER flipped a scorpion at this location, nor have o seen one on trail at night
Lol my only plan when it comes to collecting is 1. Collect native scorpions 2. Breed the scorpions 3. Sell a few and release most back to where I found the parents (and keep a few to breed again). I practically don't care if I see a tarantula or anything. All about the scorpions for me :D
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