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Scorpion Picture Thread

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.

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    038E7919-1A8B-411A-B119-A5F5EBDFA1BB.jpeg 0.1 Grosphus grandidieri, 6i (Freshly molted)
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  4. 74009756-B0A4-4E8E-B777-F9E9FEC40623.jpeg C64F33FC-31D3-4778-8815-F58A0D1EE241.jpeg 0.1 Hottentotta hottentotta, 6i
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  5. Androctonus cf. amoreuxi, (AM 2 Clade), (Morocco-Boudnib)
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    Androctonus australis australis, (Tunisia)
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  6. CWilson1351

    CWilson1351 Arachnobaron

    @darkness975 One of your Emps, I've nicknamed Spunky lol
  7. CWilson1351

    CWilson1351 Arachnobaron

    Leiurus haenggii 4i (finally molted for me)
  8. darkness975

    darkness975 dream reaper Arachnosupporter

    My babies are looking great !

    And so jealous you have Leiurus spp.
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  9. Tvibez

    Tvibez Arachnopeon

    my first Hadogenes troglodytes :)

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  10. 702Mitch

    702Mitch Arachnopeon

    Caught my first two scorpions of the year. Two Desert Hairy off of a old mining road. 20180407_002049.jpg 20180411_144916.jpg 20180411_145551.jpg
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  11. CWilson1351

    CWilson1351 Arachnobaron

    Bittersweet moment for me. I finally saw babies in my small C. sculpturatus communal. However I wasn't offering enough food like I thought. The female was eating a few of the scorplings :( I have since increased the amount of food offered from 12 small crickets up to 20 small and 5 medium per week. I am hoping this will help keep the cannibalism from happening again. Honestly gutted over the 3 babies I saw her eating. But here is a photo anyway...
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  12. Tvibez

    Tvibez Arachnopeon


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  13. Gaby

    Gaby Arachnopeon

    Here are some of my C.gracilis pictures:
    C.gracilis momma with babies video.jpg
    C.gracilis momma with babies.jpg
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  14. ian550

    ian550 Arachnopeon

    Hi, could somebody identify a scorpion I found under a brick in my garden? WP_20170904_15_24_47_Pro__highres (Large).jpg WP_20170904_15_27_30_Pro (Large).jpg
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  15. Tvibez

    Tvibez Arachnopeon

    I'm not one to drop scientific names but it looks like a Giant Hairy Scorpion. What a beaut!
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  16. ZX14

    ZX14 Arachnopeon

    looks to be a parabuthus sp.
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  17. Jonathan159

    Jonathan159 Arachnosquire Active Member

    Female H. Troglodytes I'm guessing 4th or 5th instar.
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  18. 3CE22BD0-F769-406E-98BE-E897CFDE5866.jpeg 7D389487-5CDD-487E-83A3-C8EA212BBB6B.jpeg 2 of my Buthus draa molted to 5i yesterday. They are still real small though. Hmmm
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  19. pannaking22

    pannaking22 Arachnoemperor Active Member

  20. . Here's a pic of my flatrock I've had for 5 years about at first I was thinking it was a female but now in questioning my self . Hasn't molted in 5 years so I assume it's full grown any help?
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