SOme new additions/arrivals, updates, Ptrans matinG!!!

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SOme new additions/arrivals, updates, Ptrans meetinG!!!

for the Start,

New addition:-

Parabuthus Villous ( dark morph)




Hotentotta sp. must ask giorgio :p~










SOme updates on odl addtions not so long ago..

Heterometrus Swammi 3rd instar aggresive lil %$%#$%@#!




C.limbatus





Heterometrus fulVipes 5th instar







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LAst but not least P trans meeting. not success ful as female doeant wana let him insert the speramtop







male a lil dirty :p~





trhanks for loking, shall try tomate her with another male inb wednesday.

walton

)) sorry i did this when im all tired and doing work and this post at teh same time :( and please bare with this lousy canera, :(
 

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I thought the pics were great! The scorps weren't that bad eather;) !!! very cool collection, good luck on ur breeding
 

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Awesome P. trans! Good luck with them, fingers crossed! :)
Matthew.
 

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Nice pics so don´t worry about your camera ;)
And the scorps are amazing!
Good luck with other males on that P.trans issue :clap:
 

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Shots look good to me. Is that 2 x spermatophores on that log or only one and what are the small yellowish things?
 

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theres only one, the small lil danglish thingy im not sure wat is it but its attached to teh tip of the spermatope
 

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theres only one, the small lil danglish thingy im not sure wat is it but its attached to teh tip of the spermatope
You sure that's not another spermatophore laying in the foreground? The curly tip portion of the spermatophore is normal. The little yellowish things almost look like mites.
 

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I'd say it's just sand. And the other thing seems to be a bit too small to be a spermatophore, or maybe it's already eaten by the crickets or something... ?
 

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probably cricket leg or something hahaha

my male chaerilus rectimanus jus moulted to adult with it very long claw whahahah finally waited for 4 moths from teh previous moult . will be posting pictures soon

walton
 

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seriously, i forgotten to ask my frined who sent it to me! hahaah tabnks for reminding !
 

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already sent a mail to ask him oh by the way, the hottentota is from pakistan, so anyone have any idea wat hotentotta occurs there>? my friend thinks they r H.alticola but he is very unsure and it may be "a new undescribed spezies"
 

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Hey Walton,

I'm pretty sure those are H. tamulus. But to be sure I would wait until they mature.

Cheers,
Ryan
 

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pretty sure they r not as i have H tamulus , i have 2nd and 3rd instars by the side to compare. they don look anythinhg like them :( i got them from giorgio. :( he has teh adults thought, these r his off sping, maybe i take a few comparison photo later :( CONFUSED!
 
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