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Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by fusion121, Oct 13, 2004.
A. pococki, idk what he's doing in the 1st pic
Euscorpius aquilejensis, adult male and smaller specimen.
Not sure if this is the right place but can somebody help sex my desert hairy scorp please
Missed the attack and it eating half of it but ready through a cricket and after only 4 hours in the setup. TSS are simply fab. Vaejovis Spingerus
Excellent pics man !
My new subadult H.a. pallidus. Hoping he survives his molt but was lucky to catch him wandering out of his tunnel maze
Our first scorpion! (Emperor) We named it Mathayus. It’s a hoot, it ran around with the hornworm looking for a place to hide, which made me realize I hadn’t thrown its hide in yet. As soon as I did it ran in to enjoy the snack.
New member here and my new Heterometrus spinifer! His name is Sarkoth.
More likely H.petersii Kelsey
Forgot how massive the petersii/laoticus claws were
Oh! Thank you for the correction! And yes, he is quite the big boy ^^
Urodacus Novahollandae - These interesting guys occupy beach sand dunes, probs the prettiest scorps in my collection.
H.Spiniffer and V.Spingerus
My newest addition - Androctonus australis, 2i.
My young and very tiny Chaerilus sp celebes moulted 5 days ago.
Both of my boys.. petersii