Scorpion Picture Thread

Arthroverts

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@Arachnid Addicted, do you have any full enclosure pictures? Your setups seem to be quite interesting (or maybe it's just the way the substrate looks :D) just from the closeups of the specimens.

Thanks,

Arthroverts
 

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@Arachnid Addicted, do you have any full enclosure pictures? Your setups seem to be quite interesting (or maybe it's just the way the substrate looks :D) just from the closeups of the specimens.

Thanks,

Arthroverts
I dont have pics of full enclosure, cause I always use a macro lens, which makes difficult to shot wide angles. But my setups are basic, garden soil, a hide and water. Lol.
 

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Heterometrus Ehrenberg, 1828

Heterometrus mysorensis Kovarik, 2004
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Heterometrus spinifer (Ehrenberg, 1828)
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Heterometrus swammerdami Simon, 1872
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My adult male Heterometrus petersii 20191124_203750.jpg

One of my 3 1" scorpling Heterometrus petersii
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One of my 3 1" Centruroides gracilis
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My 1.5" female Hottentotta franzwerneri
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My 1/2" Leiurus hebraeus "orange morph"
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My 2"ish scorpio maurus
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My 3"ish Smeringurus mesaensis
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I will be getting a Hottentotta jayakari, a Androctonus australis "hector" tunisia, a
Hottentotta hottentotta caboverdensis and a Hottentotta flavidulus in 2 weeks.
I might also get a Leiurus jordanensis, Not sure yet. I'm still trying to find a Hadogenes troglodytes. I saw so many of them this year at all the expos I've been to and now that decided to get one, nothing.
 
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Tityus C. L. Koch, 1836

Tityus bahiensis (Perty, 1833)
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Tityus confluens Borelli, 1899
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Tityus costatus (Karsch, 1879)
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Tityus fasciolatus Pessôa, 1935
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Tityus lamottei Lourenço, 1981
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Tityus mattogrossensis Borelli, 1901
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Tityus obscurus (Gervais, 1843)
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Tityus paraguayensis Kraepelin, 1895
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Tityus serrulatus Lutz & Mello, 1922
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Tityus stigmurus (Thorell, 1876)
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@Arachnid Addicted, I know that the stigmurus, serrulatus, and obscurus are all potentially deadly, but is the venom on any of the others also potentially lethal? I ask because I would like to acquire some more Tityus but info on their venom is very limited for species outside of the few well-known deadly ones.

Many thanks,

Arthroverts
 

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Picked these 4 up today.

Hottentotta hottentotta caboverdensis 1/2"
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Androctonus australis "hector"tunisia 3/4"
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Hottentotta jayakari 3/4"
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Hottentotta flavidulus 1/2"
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