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Scorpion Picture Thread

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

  1. Deadly1

    Deadly1 Deadliest of Them All Old Timer

    Venom_macro on instagram.

    Androctonus Hector macro
    684F3E8C-F373-4889-9107-F8DC88CF692E.jpeg Parabuthus Schlecteri vs Dubia
    199D096F-7C75-410F-AC33-4584038E7779.jpeg Androctonus Hector
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  2. ZX14

    ZX14 Arachnopeon

    Female....due to the tail length. Males of the flat rocks have way elongated tails.
  3. Hemilegend

    Hemilegend Arachnopeon

    Androctonus Bicolor and one of my p. Spinigerus

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  4. Just took this picture the other day of my young Smeringurus mesaensis
    S. mesaensis2.jpg
  5. Hadrurus arizonensis was thirsty haha
    Wish I could have gotten a better pic but didn't want to use too bright of a light...

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  6. Bandit1431

    Bandit1431 Arachnopeon

    Was told Asian forest but I'm new

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  7. THR

    THR Arachnosquire

    Usually should be Heterometrus petersii
  8. isaacn0

    isaacn0 Arachnopeon

    Photographed under UV light in the desert on the Arabian Peninsula. If someone could identify it, I would appreciate that. I'm not a scorpion person, just curious. Initially, I thought deathstalker because I've heard those are around here, but the pincers look too fat and the body too narrow.

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  9. Bought this as an emperor scorpion. I know there are a lot of misidentifacations with this species so could anyone confirm that? I remember something about the stinger colour but can't remember exactly. Also if you could let me know the sex? Thanks for any input!
  10. Robman91

    Robman91 Arachnopeon

    Need help identifying type of Asian Forest scorpion

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  11. The Mantis Menagerie

    The Mantis Menagerie Arachnoknight Active Member

    I got an adult female Asian forest scorpion at an expo yesterday. Does anyone know how to differentiate the species of Heterometrus? I heard it had something to do with the claw shape, so the second picture is of her claw.
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  12. Yer a kook for keeping a living being in a plastic cup
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  13. I had it in the deli cup to get a ventral picture. That's obviously not the enclosure I keep it in lol
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  14. G. Carnell

    G. Carnell Arachnoemperor Old Timer

    Adult female Androctonus mauretanicus:

    Adult male Androctonus crassicauda:

    Instar 5 Chaerilus variegatus (that's my pinky finger!)

    Thanks to IMGUR as usual!
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