Two new Tityus asthenes broods in the same day!

gromgrom

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Single handedly keeping the T. asthenes alive here in the US!!
bahah for now! Let's hope new bloodlines enter the US! Keep an eye out for them Brandon, if you can get them I'll do some breeding loans with ya, throw freebies your way, (or pay a pretty penny!)
 

Stugy

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Awesome! That species looks awesome! Have you happened to have worked with Grosphus grandidieri before? I'm getting 3 tomorrow and hoping that I'll get a pair!
 

Gsc

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Will you be selling any once they're ready to go (tried sending a message but it said your inbox was full)? They're my favorite Tityus sp.
 

gromgrom

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Will you be selling any once they're ready to go (tried sending a message but it said your inbox was full)? They're my favorite Tityus sp.
I definitely will! (I just cleaned it out!)
 

Red Eunice

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I'd like to get some of whatever aphrodisiac you're using.
Here of late you've become somewhat of a "breeder king" with the plethora of broods.
Keep up the great work!! :)
 

gromgrom

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I'd like to get some of whatever aphrodisiac you're using.
Here of late you've become somewhat of a "breeder king" with the plethora of broods.
Keep up the great work!! :)
Haha I've gotten that a bit lately! Just that time of year I suppose! thanks man!

He's been playing some Barry Manilow music , don't lie !
I wont tell my secrets! ;)

You are definitely the master breeder.
thanks :D haha
 

Rick McJimsey

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Nice try, these are clearly Centruroides gracilis!

Congrats man, Tityus is a genus I've been meaning to work with for a long time.
 

gromgrom

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Nice try, these are clearly Centruroides gracilis!

Congrats man, Tityus is a genus I've been meaning to work with for a long time.
bahah! They definitely are as easy as gracilis!

Thanks man, havent seen you around in a quick minute!
 
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